A pair of brand new FEC units await delivery, seen here on the CSX-GE interchange track. This will more than likely be these units' only encounter with snow.
An unusual gathering of equipment on the Wisconsin Great Northern includes a former Milwaukee Road SW1 and a doodlebug built in 1913 by St. Louis Car for the Southern Traction Company.
NS 8099 heads west at track speed around the big curve at Mesa, WA.
Inspired by fellow RP member and excellent photographer Sean Kelly's image posted earlier of the Night Gas under the Mission Mountains on the 10th Sub, I had to dig up my photo from the same locat... (more)
This electric shunter is an amazing quad-voltage engine. 10 units were built in 1962-63. They were specially designed for service in frontier stations (Swiss-France and Swiss-Italy), although most... (more)
The engineer of the annual CSX Santa Train gives the congregation of railfans at Pool Point a wave as the train enters the Breaks.
Fall in the Cascades. A few splashes of color brighten an otherwise gloomy fall day in Washington's Cascade Region, as Rayonier Lumber Willamette #2 brings a freight out of the deep woods a... (more)
The Eagle Mills Yard job pokes out the west end for some head room with the two active C30-7s on the roster.
They sure look nice when they're new! A pair of ACe's pass by the Arcelor Mittal plant in Riverdale.
A very late running #7 meets its counterpart, #8, at the west side of the Cascade Tunnel at Scenic Siding on 6/26/14.
Approaching Lyon at speed with a sort of re-enactment of the legendary train "Le Mistral" (Paris-Lyon-Marseille-Nice).
A 'Tangara' suburban EMU passes through the former Coalcliff Coke Works, which closed last year after 99 years of operation. On this day a large number of suburban services that would normally ter... (more)
Nice fresh paint job got me to think about weathering. Note the battery box area, a place most modelers overlook.