Here's a look at the engineer's side of Nickel Plate 765 as she's kept nice and hot through the night by her dedicated volunteer caretakers. Taken with permission from NS Corp. and Fort Wayne Rai... (more)
Contrast this with looking into the belly of an oil burner like UP 844. Certainly a different animal in a lot of ways, but once you have steam, it's pretty much the same. Taken with permission f... (more)
Built in May 1984 as CR 6745, NS 5425 was retired in August 2012 to be rebuilt as an SD40E at the Juniata Locomotive Shop in Altoona.
After departing Romney at 11am and operating west to Moorefield, the afternoon dinner train returns east, through "The Trough" pulled by C&O F7(A), No. 8016. It's a dreary day in Northeastern West... (more)
An unexpected cab ride was a great way to celebrate the 4th of July. The crew invited me up into the cab for a ride to the next siding, and my brother chased us in the car. Traveling east from M... (more)
VII. Locomotive Parade in Békéscsaba
In cab of the Locomotive Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton RF-615 E number 7037.
The cab of an EMD SD40-2. Information withheld by request of the railway employee who allowed me up.
WACH01 returning from Nepera Chemical about to step out onto Moodna Viaduct
OIBU in the hole with CR 6194 meets NYS&W 4002 at CP Lordville 1 day before Thanksgiving 1996.
The interior of Issaquah Valley Trolley car No. 519 shows off the incredible amount of effort that was put into the restoration work by the Gomaco Tro... (more)
As the office car train rolls east, the Wabash heritage unit leads train 590 across the OC Bridge in Pittsburgh. For more information, visit more)
Main 1 out of Paris Gare de Lyon at dawn, riding a TGV, passing a suburban double-deck EMU
Air gauges on UP 844. Notice that the indicators are called "hands" according the gauge faces, rather than needles.
The dynamics are really weak on this thing.