The now-preserved 4601 and its sister, 4607, both in Penn Central "colors," begin the climb out of the Susquehanna Valley, heading east to Parkesburg and beyond. It's been reported on R... (more)
The humidity is near 100% on a hot early summer day as a Florida-bound Amtrak train crosses Quantico Creek behind a pair of SDP40Fs.
A westbound Burlington Northern coal empty snakes through the Badlands past milepost 143 just west of Sully Springs, North Dakota, on June 29, 1994. EMD SD40-2 No. 7855 leads a pair of GE C30-7s a... (more)
With both locomotives on point, the daily Notch Train crosses the Fourth Iron Bridge. This scenic view is a popular location for autumn enthusiasts that enjoy photographing the changing leaves. A ... (more)
HST of First Great Western, in the new dark green colors of the Great Western Railway (GWR), as train 1A94 from Penzance to London Paddington, is crossing the Royal Albert Bridge over the Tamar ri... (more)
The Ballard Terminal Railroad made a rare daylight run yesterday afternoon. This photo shows Seattle industrial railroading at it's finest. The train is seen rolling down the middle of the street ... (more)
As the sun sets over the Hudson Valley, a late Lakeshore Limited skims along heading south bound for New York Penn Station.
NKP 765 rides at the tail-end of the second of two "Steam in the Valley 2015" excursions for the day. It is seen crossing the trestle in downtown Akron, Ohio that spans the Ohio & Erie Canal and T... (more)
"The Escape from Garwood"
Fronted by an ex-Santa Fe yellowbonnet SD40-2, a line of power waits to be broken up, including the NS 1073, Norfolk Southern's Penn Central heritage unit which came into the yard on the point of ... (more)
As the "Go Jags!" banner lays on a high-rise in downtown Jacksonville, a triplet of EMDs lead NS 76V, a loaded coal train for the FEC, across the St. Johns River. The coal will eventuall... (more)
A southbound set of Westinghouse-equipped unmodified Metroliners bumps across the Bel Air Avenue grade crossing at 100 mph+. The small building on the left was the local taxi stand.
After spending the last hour and a half attacking the slopes of Bald Knob ahead of a Shay, the last thing one expects to find atop a mountain is a C&O F7A and a B&O GP7! The Cheat Mountain Salama... (more)
The operations of the Denver & Rio Grande Western Narrow Gauge maybe long gone, but the railroad still makes its presence in Chama, New Mexico on July 21, 2015.
With the recent announcement that the demolition of "Ben's Bridge" over the central portion of Selkirk Yard is underway, scenes like this of the collection of locomotives sitting outside... (more)