A family reunion of sorts as 01000 and the 01100's as posed for the photo line-up at a night photo session at Seashore Trolley Museum. Tower C once guarded the interlocking that would send Main Li... (more)
MBTA 7538 was the only one of the agency's 14 ex-New Haven/Penn Central GP9s to receive the yellow/purple/gray "Easter egg" paint scheme. It awaited the evening rush hour at Boston's Sou... (more)
The power for the Maine Central's Rockland Branch train lays over at Rockland, ME, yard on a summer afternoon. MEC 332 is an SW7 and mate 334 is an SW9. Later in the day they will power train NJ-2... (more)
The road less traveled? Run! Protecting the shove? Good for....unlimited? I'm free!
We're free!! Run far, run fast? Quick, nobody's looking. Slowly just walk away. BNSF had a slight issue whil... (more)
The CNW bilevels pass a searchlight east of Union.
Boston & Maine SW1 11120 pauses in its duties in the B&M's Boston freight terminal in East Cambridge, MA.
MN&S 21 sits on display at IRM.
SP 1518 leads the caboose train east of Union.
A Bald Eagle stands guard at it’s nest, as the twice a day intruder rumbles by and across Benewah Lake near St Maries Idaho.
Tucked away in a corner of the Idaho Panhandle is the St Maries Ri... (more)
Amtrak takes off from Chicago Union Station on a nice evening.
New ACW locomotives sit by the patched up PRLX AC6000 ready to head out to the main.
Salida was once a railroad town, where Rio Grande had a large dual gauge yard, two roundhouses, company hospital and many other functions necessary for a busy division point. Narrow gauge trains f... (more)
PTRA's Port 150 job crosses Brays Bayou as it heads toward North Yard.
BNSF 5955 passes under one of the last, if not last CB&Q searchlight cantilevers on the whole system
BNSF ES44DC 7657, leads a train west.