CNW 4194 crosses the Milwaukee River bridge with a short train in November of 1995. This bridge is no longer used and was once the route of the famed "400" fleet.
From aboard the Canon City and Royal Gorge Railway's noon train, we see some of Southern Colorado's finest scenery and a signal that once guided coal trains up the famous Tennessee Pass. Now, all ... (more)
Chattooga and Chickamauga Railway GP7 102 and GP11 1804 head south through the community Lytle, GA with 11 cars picked up from Norfolk Southern in Chattanooga, TN. The track here once belonged to ... (more)
CNW 4487 switches just south of downtown Milwaukee, WI on a cold but clear day in February of 1985. Once the Route of the 400 passenger trains, the line no longer crosses the river bridge in the b... (more)
The crew of the CNW local to Sheboygan Falls has finished discussing their switch plans with the crew of Kohler's GE center cab switcher. They will quickly swap some cars and continue their 10 mph... (more)
CNW 4130 switches the south end of Fond Du Lac yard under the watchful eyes of C&NW's distinctive semaphores. The interchange track with the Soo Line could use some work.
A pair of Minnesota Southern first-gen GP's are tied down at Luverne, MN
The throat of the Chicago & North Western yard in Green Bay, Wisconsin is quite in demand as four crews wait their turn to use it. Each crew has a single locomotive, three GP7’s and a C628 in all... (more)
Thirty-five year old Chicago & North Western rebuilt GP7 4207, a refugee from the Rock Island, works the yard in Green Bay, Wisconsin. That gondola/plow has quite a landscaping project growing in ... (more)
WP 703 idles in the late afternoon sun at the WP engine facility.
Chattooga and Chickamauga Railway GP7 102 and GP11 1804 switch cars in Rossville, GA.
Hoosier Southern GP7 467 leads an excursion for Lincoln City where guests will visit the boyhood home of Abraham Lincoln.
On the old Hocking Valley (then C&O) mainline between Athens and Columbus, an iconic C&O GP7 leads passengers towards Logan.
One of C&O's finest leads the 2:30 train south and back to Nelsonville on a beautiful September day.
CC&P 7989 brings a train past a watchman's tower in Dubuque in Oct of 1989. This scene does not look like this anymore as a new highway has been built to the left of the tracks.