Ghost Railroading - Hawaii Style The Hawaii Consolidated Railway has been gone for nearly 65 years (abandoned in 1946 following a devastating Tsunami), but relics can still be found if one ... (more)
Almost done with the clean up from the derailment of 21T. Equipment and the last double stack car still have to be removed, then the Pittsburgh Line can open.
A powerful gust of wind derailed some cars on 21T, sending two containers into the river. The last car is being rerailed. Two sets of containers are being dragged to the west end of the bridge. A ... (more)
Time is slowly ticking away on the clock as the last days of M&K tower are coming to a end. Here just 6 days before the closure i was invited into the tower to have a quick look around and take in... (more)
Wide Open. Late at night on the Cajon, two lonely UP SD70ACe's roar up the hill as fast as track speed allows. In the background, the traffic of I-15 continues downgrade uninterrupted by ra... (more)
End of the Line... Alaska Railroad Russell snowplow #4 kicks up a little powder on the mainline for the very last time. This vintage piece of equipment was built in August of 1949 and is... (more)
Commuters and tourists mingle before the New Haven boards in the main concourse of Grand Central.
Not your every day shipment! A pair of Soviet tanks long stored in Alaska are secured and ready for shipment south to Seattle. Their destination beyond Seattle was unknown (that's as far ... (more)
This view looks south out the open rear door of ARR Baggage Car #101. The northbound winter Aurora with three cars trailing one SD70MAC is on some fast track as it speeds north through the wilder... (more)
Portrait of a Railroader. Conductor Steve Culver is the defacto King of the Alaska Railroad's winter passenger train. A 40+ year ARR veteran he is #2 on the railroad's seniority roster an... (more)
Southern Caboose X690 brings up the tail end of a westbound as it nears Louisville.
A westbound CSX empty hopper train illuminates the interior of Carothers Tunnel.
Repeating shapes in the A&R's new yard at River Terminal outside Fayetteville
The old ways are the best ways. With opening a little more than a month away, Sound Transit shuts down the new line for a day of track repairs and leveling. The vehicles traveling down this... (more)