NX13 gets skinny and ducks underneath an old single lane bridge in West Cornwall, CT, that has probably been around since New Haven steamers and Alco RS3's ruled the Berkshire Line.
For up to an hour after sunrise several locomotives can be seen at the stabling point near the workshop in Fuxin, being serviced and prepared for the new shift. In this shot two SY locomotives sta... (more)
It’s a “Twofer”!A double-length Amtrak Pacific Surfliner (train #573), consisting of a six car train set, an F59PHI (#455), six more cars, and another F59PHI (#453). Due to ... (more)
Cogwheel railcar Bhe 4/8 # 11 "Mendrisio" of the Monte Generoso Railway is slowly running down the mountain from Generoso Vetta to Capolago-Riva San Vitale. The 9 kilometer long line wit... (more)
Passing some very unstable slopes near Lasha in Thompson River Canyon east of Lytton, British Columbia, on July 22, 2011, is a westbound Canadian Pacific freight. The perennial battle with falling... (more)
A very rare Easter egg as former Santa Fe, ATSF 664 leads a Pasco bound manifest out of Vancouver Yard.
An Easter special Santa Fe, ATSF 664 leads a Pasco bound manifest out of Tunnel 1 on the Fallbridge Sub.
NS 2667 Leads a Rack Train Through Cameron NY
The train appears to be the southbound Montrealer. A Roger Puta Photograph
Originating at Brownville Jct Maine, Central Maine & Quebec Work 9024 North rests at Farnham Yard.
A short CSX trailer train, with Chessie System/B&O GP40-2 4438 as the sole power, westbound approaching Poplar (mp 82.5) on CSX's (former B&O) Philadelphia Sub, on July 26, 1987. (Kodachrome)
UP GP30 No.719 and GP30B No.736B
décoration "L'Océane" pour l'inauguration de la nouvelle ligne Tours-Bordeaux
NS U52 rolls through Mudlick Junction on ex-Interstate Railroad rails with empty "yellow ball" Southern 70-ton hoppers. U52 is destined to Prescott (Osaka), located less than a mile ahea... (more)
A pair of clean, long hood forward geeps lead West Palm Beach to Ft Pierce turn #950 over the bridge at Stuart. I decided to go aquatic to get a different angle and managed to keep the salt water... (more)