Amtrak train #98, the Silver Meteor, rolls through Edison with ACS-64 #642 leading.
The 2nd engineer enjoys a nice spring day by sticking his arm out the window as Amtrak #3, the Southwest Chief, climbs Raton Pass at 20 miles per hour. Soon, the train will be doing 79 miles per h... (more)
A PATCO train is a mere light blur as it crosses the Delaware River from Philadelphia into Camden, New Jersey over the Ben Franklin Bridge.
April 30th, 1971 marked the end of most private intercity rail service in the US. Although I was struggling to finish at Circle campus and was scheduled to work that evening I spent most of the d... (more)
The idyllic surroundings of the Moodna Viaduct make it a wonderful location to catch Metro-North's West of Hudson operations.
Coming across the beautiful Kanawha River, NS 047 is just a few miles into the near 800 mile journey to the next show in Pennsylvania as it will cover many miles of 'virgin rails' for the circus t... (more)
UP 8444 photo run-by at Carr,CO..
This 2-6-0T, constructed 1920 in Belgium by Haine Saint Pierre, is pulling a train Saint Valery sur Somme – Cayeux. Canola oilseed is growing on the field.
When all the cows want to be in the picture -- a herd of heifers wander over to see what the photographer is up to and pose for the shot while a Keystone Corridor train races behind the Amish farm... (more)
Ever since PTC was implemented on Amtrak's Keystone Corridor the Pennsylvanian has had to have a PTC-equipped electric running ahead of its non-PTC equipped P42 diesel. On this day, the con... (more)
"Amtrak Regional Over the Bronx River Bascules Bridge" Amtrak Northeast Regional 170 heads east over NYNH&H RR Bridge #3.40 also known as the "Bronx River Bascules" on Amtrak's Hell Gate Li... (more)
Continuing southbound on the Danville District, NS excursion train 958 with the Norfolk & Western 611 in charge crawls by the small community of Dry Fork under a 25 mph speed restriction.
The Queen of Steam is right on schedule as she steams past a local cemetery and continues southbound toward Greensboro during the Roanoker excursions.
A run of the mill commuter train passing in the night was not a common scene on the Southern Railway's LL Branch, in fact a passenger train would have been an oddity after the Great Depression. S... (more)