Six weeks before the end of the railroad, New Haven local freight BX-22 gets underway out of Readville, MA, headed out the Midland line to Franklin and Milford with GP9 1220 in charge. Today this ... (more)
An SD-45 leads four GP-9s through the switches so that it can back on to an eastbound train, while to the left a westbound intermodal rolls into West Colton yard after coming over Banning Pass.
The second revenue run for the new Orlando & Northwestern Railway departs Eustis. For start up, they are loading at Ferran Park, right next to where the old depot once was for the former operatio... (more)
Back and forth. For the second time in about an hour, CN 596 is leaving Southwark Yard for nearby Pointe St-Charles Yard on the other side of the Victoria Bridge as GP9 CN 7228 and slug CN ... (more)
The Golden Triangle train heads toward Mt. Dora with the repainted ACL unit trailing.
One of the last two wigwag crossing signals on the Boston & Maine was located at Sanbornville, NH, on the Conway branch. On this summer day it was activated by train DO-1, the Dover-Ossipee (NH) g... (more)
A GP9 duo leads Boston & Maine train CPSP (Newport, VT, to Springfield, MA, via CP/B&M) south through Greenfield, MA, past an old lineside phone box from the pre-radio era. The 1800-series number ... (more)
POVA 1745 leads its train towards the junction with Union Pacific at Dover, ID on its way from Newport, WA to Sand Point, ID to interchange traffic with BNSF. It will wait for over two hours to ac... (more)
Late on a silent night in rural Georgia, a line of former N&W GP9's sit on the Great Walton's Social Circle branch just south of Monroe. After their time of hauling freight across the Appalachian... (more)
Quite possibly the fastest repaint in history, at least Central FL history....
The ACL lives! Sort of... new start up Orlando and Northwestern 1510 got an ACL inspired pain job.
RJC High Hood GP9 #9005 is seen here resting at Olive Branch, MS.
Most of the water is gone. As happens every fall, the Lachine Canal has been mostly drained, as CN 7228 stops on a bridge over the canal. Soon it will back up towards Bickerdike Pier with a... (more)