Westbound passing tower , with a empty coal hopper train.
Western Class loco D1048 "Western Lady" stands outside the Midland Railway Center Depot at Swanwick, a long way away from its previous life on British Railways Western Region.
31271 enters Swanwick Junction with a train from Butterley. Another loco, 47401, is on the rear of the train.
This Traxx F140 DC belonging to the operator "FER Ferrovie Emilia Romagna" rests in the afternoon waiting to enter service.
After yarding its train at UP's Neff Yard in KCMO, these Ex-ATSF SD40-2s roll west on the UP KC Metro Sub as they head over to pick up some cars at UP's 18th St. Yard in KCK before returning to ho... (more)
Very much rain at the celebration: Since 100 years the trains run between Brig and Gletsch. On this rainy afternoon there are much fotographers at the station Gletsch (1757 meters over sealevel) w... (more)
Special mixed train for fotographers arrives at the station Realp in the evening sun. The name of the loc 'FO' is from the former company 'Furka-Oberalp-Bahn'
A two car train is making a station stop at Hammond.
Brand new CREX 1414 leads coal empties towards Wyoming, near CP 41.1 - Greenwood, NE.
With the Chicago skyline in the background, the BNSF GP39-3R switches out Metra's Roosevelt Rd yard as it will eventually switch out Metra bilevels and locomotives for maintenance and for use on t... (more)
A BNSF GP39-3R rebuild heads toward the Metra coachyard to switch out some passenger cars for maintenance and for use on Metra train sets.
Wabash, SD80MAC and Slugs. Just another day at the Juniata Locomotive Shop
The Famous Profile
- One of the most famous profiles in American railroading was on display at the night photo shoot at Spencer.
Captrain Italia 483.013 pulling a train of tank wagons, began crossing the station.