These CPL's protect the NS Sandusky District line crossing at Worthington with the CSXT Columbus Line Sub at CP 130 on the north side of Columbus. A southbound NS auto rack train is in the process... (more)
As signal gangs on both eastern railroads work upgrading the signal system, signals like this one will someday be a thing of the past. One thing in the east I find cool is the story the signals te... (more)
An up-close look at the results of rail burn at sunset
The last shot of the day! The "Cedar Rapids" takes up the rear of the NRHS train as it pulls into the CIC 950 yard at the end of the Rock Island to Cedar Rapids trip.
Two veteran Southern warriors protect the railroad on a warm summer night, minutes after the passing of the Amtrak Crescent.
A NS freight rolls southwest of Salisbury on the fourth of July.
A vintage L&N dwarf guards N.E. Holts Corner as dawn begins to break on a beautiful summer morning.
The engineer of a morning rush hour "dinky" looks intently ahead as he nudges his train out of the station stop.
Between July 23rd and July 29th, BNSF shut down the Front Range Subdivision between Laurel Street and Cherry Street to replace the entire section of Mason Street with new track. Sadly, an era of t... (more)
With record high temperatures set during the day, and a cold front pushing thru towards evening, the storms sure packed a punch over Iowa by late evening. Here a storm reaches serve level East of ... (more)
Workin' on the railroad - a tie gang works the Toledo Terminal near Millard Ave.
The High speed rail work is moving along as the TRT-909 and the rail train along with scores of other equipment make their way through Wilmington and Braidwood, this crew is far ahead preparing th... (more)
A quiet summer night on the C&O yielded a few nice results for me, including this shot of the intermediate signals at Longley backed by the stars shifiting across the sky.
The recently restored TEE set takes one of it's first trips to Italy. I was told this was a special to visit an Italian market - if anyone knows more, I would like to find out.
An old DM&IR sign still stands guard.