Are we back in 1990? Yeah right, I wish, although I would not even have been born for another 7 years. Anyways BN-1 and BN-3 patiently await the start of Illinois Railway Museum's Diesel Days to s... (more)
The office of UP 844, as viewed from the right seat. The UP was thorough with the recent refurbishment, leaving no system untouched.
Soo Line GP30 No. 700 sits inside the shop building at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum in Duluth, Minnesota, on June 10, 2016. On the right is Duluth and Northeastern 2-8-0 No. 28 that is in the... (more)
Metrolink's first Tier IV diesel, F125 #905 is the lead unit on a display train being set up for an event the following day at Los Angeles Union Station.
A rare E.326 of the early 1930's on the Padova to Ferrara line, leaving the Monselice station
The billboard seems to speak to this pair of Amtrak GE P32AC-DM locomotives on the point of train 69 'The Adirondack', making its way up Manhattan's West Side alongside the Henry Hudson Parkway on... (more)
Seen from the former Western Maryland Salisbury viaduct, the Chessie Safety Express rolls east down the Sand Patch grade near Meyersdale, Pennsylvania. The open farmland has given way to “p... (more)
Changes to the string of ALCOs sitting at Delaware Lackawanna's shops. Work has started on an FA, ex KB&S is waiting for work. Seems like Colangelo has a surprise every week.
A Blacklands Railroad conductor protects the crossing while the train trundles towards the 'golf course crossing' as it's known to the crews. Pulling the Sulphur Springs to Greenville job is a for... (more)
One of the most interesting spots for photographing streetcars in Prague is the small throughway on the street Letenska, west of the river Moldau. Not only tight by space, but also lighted only a ... (more)
New Class 43 GE locomotives pulling empty coal wagons from Pyramid South through to Lephalale Mines in Limpopo.
IC 15957 "Le Cévenol" Clermont Ferrand - Nîmes passes the Altier Viaduct near Villefort.
Scattered storms and a sunset produce an array of colors and a faint rainbow that lurks Southeast as a northbound loaded sand train from Eola, Illinois to Speer, Wyoming leaves Longs Peak siding n... (more)
General view of Ferroclub Lynch preservation center. Locomotive at foreground is a Kerr Stuart called "La Manada", built in 1913.
SBRHS' grandly restored Santa Fe 4-8-4 #3751 pulls up to its spot on Track 14 where it will spend the next day on display while a railfan photographs it.