There's no better way to try something new, than to try it out on a train barely moving at jogging speed! The MAW creeps alongside County Road M1 with one of their former Santa Fe geeps up front.
With all their work complete on the east side of town, the MAW heads west through what was once a small yard, but today is nothing but weeds. Meanwhile, old glory flies high above the local VFW ha... (more)
Heading east to switch the industrial park in Napoleon, the MAW crew slowly crawls out of Okolona with one of their former Santa Fe GP7U's up front. The white truck along the side of the road is t... (more)
It's just another day at work for the engineer aboard one of the Maumee & Western's two former Santa Fe GP7U's as he carefully guides his train over the poorly maintained mainline near Okolona. Th... (more)
With fall colors starting to pop all around, T913 rolls through the bean fields near the farming community of Standley. Soon, these fields will be harvested and another cycle will be complete.
A peaceful evening on the Armbruster Farm is momentarily disturbed by the passing of N990, a coal train loaded in the Powder River Basin.
Coming down the hill north of Butler, three Bessemer workhorses have 70+ loads of iron ore at the drawbar as they come under an ancient searchlight cantilever.
With their work complete at the sprawling Protec steel plant, L7M passes by the newer mill and it's older brother in West Leipsic on a gorgeous fall afternoon.
With 52 loads and 10 empties at the drawbar, L7M rolls alongside Railroad Street in the village of Edgerton, Indiana. The easternmost edge of town is also the state line with Ohio.
In the golden light of a late summer evening, westbound 307 rolls through the truss bridges spanning the Auglaize River in the small town of Oakwood. Inside the cab of the freshly repainted C40-9,... (more)
The Illinois Terminal heritage unit pilots 16E east through the village of Stryker, and past the depot that once saw daily service from New York Central passenger trains.
Closing in on their destination of Stanley Yard, Q399 crosses the Lower Bridge across the Maumee River on the northeast side of Toledo.
Westbound coal empties roll across the Salt Creek bridge behind a single "boxcar logo" GEVO.
Shortly after sunset, an eastbound empty coal train highballs through Miller City on a cool late summer evening.
Two WNYP ALCO's squeeze through the tight confides around Main Street in Cambridge Springs. Not long ago, one could sit around this town all day and watch high priority trailer trains with Erie La... (more)