Now owned by ÖGEG, 2050.05 tries out the turntable at the brand new depot in Ampflwang.
A through train of international containers from Austria passes through the sprawling Nürnberg rail yards.
661-138 at Diesel Refuel Depot at Nis.
Very interesting night ambience, about an hour before sunrise. Through the mist glowing lights of the reflectors. The sky is very bright colors, reminiscent of a sunset. Narrow gauge to the right,... (more)
ZP2100-D2020-ZR2101 shunt at South Devonport. The afternoon sun shows off the angle of the wedge that is 2100's nose. 2100 & 2101 are one of a kind locomotives rebuilt from ZB Class locomotives ... (more)
After a long day transporting thousands of rural Indians around, the Loco Pilot and Assistant Loco Pilot rest in the shade alongside colleagues and their steed for the day - 211.
The container yard at the old port of Hobart. Things were in full-swing today but the Tasmanian Rail Network is currently under threat of a shutdown without some serious funding from the governme... (more)
A line up of "Janus" type locos outside the depot at BSC Scunthorpe
The "Gondola-lane" t-1024, built in USA by Yellow Coach in 1926 leaving the turntable of the Río Blanco town and being in a position to return to Los Andes with a group of tourists can ... (more)
The men of the NS hard at work routing cars through the system. A look at the inside of a yard tower.
Inside UP's Cheyenne yard control tower.
UPY 910 made a couple trips to Denver in Jan on the N. Platte to North Yard manifest. Missouri Pacific rebuilt SW-7 1211 in Aug. 1980 to create MP 1407 slug, late UP S16, now UPY 910.
CSX Tilford Yard on New Years Eve Eve with an assortment of power present.
A yard slug makes its way back to the Tilford hump in preparation of sorting some more cars on a chilly November afternoon.
A unit on the auxiliary track at the wye. The cab looked to have been vandalized so it may be temporarily out of service.
The white units are getting rare.
View of CN and VIA yards looking westward from the CN Tower. Note the VIA United Aircraft Turbo is yarded, a GO Transit commuter is approaching and there are at least four MLW switchers working t... (more)
This was called a yard cleaner.... in BN's former Rice Yard, Denver. Cough, cough, wheeze; the operator even stands outside. The area is now Elitchs amusement park.
Milwaukee Road yard caboose's were built from steam locomotive tenders. These caboose's were heavily used in Chicago, Milwaukee and Kansas City. By the late 70's they have become large pigeon coop... (more)
After one of the worst storms ever in this region with heavy rain falls, the destroyed yard area of Rabius was rebuilt.
A little brook swelled to a dangerous stream with mud slides and destroyed ... (more)
Former Santa Fe shops where CF7s were built.
Even though this engine facility looks huge, it is only a small corner of this massive train yard.
Sunrise at Tilford Yard on a sunny but chilly Sunday morning.
Barstow Yard and Mojave Junction from 18,000 feet or so.
Birds Eye Or in this case a planes eye view of the massive Inman and Tilford Yard. NS's Inman Yard can be seen to the right, while part of CSX's Tilford Yard can be seen to the left. Downt... (more)
A slew of assorted power parked at BNSF's Tennessee Yard.
Taking advantage of a photography gig from a helicopter, I got this shot from about 500 feet over BNSF's Tennessee Yard.
Planes, Trains and automobiles!
To the left is Louisville Intl Airport including the UPS Worldport, in the center is CSX Osborn Yard at the top is highway 841
This is the DGNO yard. It's not very big. You can see DGNO 2000 (SD20) by the locomotive shop (half way up left edge). Not an easy shot to get since it's in DFW's airspace.
The Maintenance of Way & Structures building at NS Meridian Yard.
Photo taken from 1000ft above the ground from a C-208B "Caravan" on July 13th 2005.
Looking from south to north.
Photo taken from Cessna C-208B at 1000 ft above the ground, looking from southwest to northeast.
Photo taken from Cessna C-208B at 1000 ft above the ground, looking from west to east.
The rail welding plant is east of Hwy 75 bridge.
Shot taken from BNSF Cab Car 812, NS 8697 with BNSF train RCHI459, NREX 5774 with another manifest, and a ex ATSF B23-7 in the right corner.
From an altitude of 1500' in a Cessna 172, this is what UP's Marion Intermodal Railport looks like. The view is looking east towards Memphis.
A shot of CN Johnston Yard as seen from the New Horn Lake Road overpass. In the distance to the right of the IC tank is the roundhouse.
The view of CSX's Leewood Yard, in North Memphis, from my Northwest Airlines flight as we prepare to land at MEM.
Plenty of work to do on a Friday afternoon.
A view of the Johnston Yard from the New Horn Lake Road overpass.
Taken from 3000 ft AGL, looking from northwest to southeast.
This photo was taken from 9000ft AGL (about 1.7 miles up). It almost looks like the cross section of an "ant farm".
Y8081 stabled at the rear of Sotteville Depot along with X3800 "Picasso" unit 3997. Rouen Cathederal provides a stunning backdrop to the scene.
Y157 shunting grain containers at Sheparton
Y161 shunting passenger carriages at Spencer street yards
Y161 and N475 at Spencer street works shops in Melbourne
Y156 on yard pilot duties shunts a set of long distance passenger cars towards the platforms at Southern Cross. V/line still retains 4 of these little locos for shunting purposes, with this partic... (more)
Veteran yard pilot Y163 heads to the platforms at Southern Cross station, with stabled DMU's and passing suburban EMU's making up the background.
South Dynon workshops shunter Y124 in faded V/Line livery coupled to G537 and GML10.
Y Class locomotive 2151 shunts the recent arrived ore train from Primrose towards the tippler at Burnie, as DQ Class train engines 2012, 2003 and 2004 run around the train, bound for servicing at ... (more)
Y156 shunting a rake of passenger carriages at Southern Cross Station.
After the late arrival of train 67, Y2151 shunts the awkwardly set out yard at Hobart.
Hulcher to the rescue.
Sunset at Norton Yard on a warm March evening.
XR555-XR557 and T379 Freshly Painted in Pacific National Colours
XR554-X43-XR555 shunt Mildura loading at Appleton Dock.
XR554-X43-XR558 shunt 9102 Mildura freight at Appleton Dock.
XR550-G527-A79 shunt container flats at Appleton Dock.
XR555-8153 depart Appleton Dock with an empty grain consist destined for Western Victoria.
An empty PN grain awaits departure from Appleton Dock with XR557-BL32-P22-A81.
The end is near for LINES WEST as the rotaries are back east. Parked near the St.Paul Round House Rotary X900214 will spend its last days on the Milwaukee parked here. When the SOO LINE purchase t... (more)
Locomotive set #62009, a X62 electric passenger train built by Alstom in Salazgitter, Germany (thanks to Jan Lindahl for the information), occupies a shop track outside the new Norrtĺg shop in the... (more)
It's a definite sign of the weekend when several sets of Norrtĺg passenger trains idle in the Umeĺ Godsbangĺrd near the company shops. The majority of traffic takes place during the weekdays as h... (more)
Ex-Milwaukee Road wrecker derrick X-19 at Nahant,IA..
X43-X41-G522 shunt 9101 Mildura loading at Appleton Dock.
The Limoges locomotives colorful "dépôt"
WSOR company photographer captures the christening of the "Stone Gardner", the new company theatre obs car, in front of Pres. Gardner and other company officials prior to departure for Madison. N... (more)
FEC Wrecker stored in Bowden Yard, Jacksonville, Florida.
1 of 4 diesel locomotives which the CTA uses for MoW. I believe they were all built by a company by the name of Niigata. On the left you'll see car 4272, one of the two 4000 "historical cars".
New Hampshire Steam Relics: The Bartlett Round house. Situated in a small clearing in the woods behind a residential neighborhood, is a 140 year-old relic of the steam era in the Granite St... (more)
I've never seen a loader sitting on top of a Woodchip Hopper, much less one that is derailed!
Four locomotive whistle blow.
From left to right: Rayonier #2, Kinzua Pine Mill & Lumber #102, Polson #70, and Hillcrest #10 partake in a simultaneous whistle blow on the Mt. Rainier Sceni... (more)
Two fans take in the sights and sounds of the world's only operating Willamette works the Mineral Yard during an excursion for the 2011 convention of the NRHS being held in Tacoma.
Side profile showing the machinery of world's only operating Willamette works the Mineral Yard during an excursion for the 2011 convention of the NRHS being held in Tacoma.
Used For Switching One Car At a Time
Only use for local switching
Whitcomb 70-ton #75 awaiting work at the Warren & Saline River, Warren, Arkansas || May 1970
Two Whitcomb 65Tonners wait their fate along with the GM&O and IC E-units at Paducah,KY..
A collection of switchers soak up some Pacific sun at the Hawaiian Railway Society. Most of the locomotives owned and operated by the society were do... (more)
Two former US Navy Whitcomb switchers, 45 ton ORL 302 and 65 ton USN 65-00174 sit in the yard at Ewa.
This Hawaiian Railway 45 tonner is ready for a short excursion around the SW area of Oahu.
The fire train awaiting the next run beside the chapter's GMC high-railer.