Still Resourceful Although its time as America’s Resourceful Railroad ended in 1986, this relic of the north continues to be useful for its new owner.
Thank You to all the Veterans that fight and give their lives for our freedoms and to NS for choosing to honor them.
Three patched Southern Pacific AC4400s do their best at continuing to displaying the Rio Grande inspired speed lettering seen on their long hoods as they trail other UP locomotives in a power move... (more)
One unique Cat The famous Chessie silhouetted cat still finds itself adorning the sides of this C&O caboose built by the Fruit Growers Express in 1980. This bay window caboose was part of... (more)
Identity Crisis A former Penn Central covered hopper now with Conrail lettering but under Norfolk Southern ownership sits in the Roberta yard as it waits for another load of lime from a ne... (more)
After a 34 year life on the railroad, the colorful aspects of this Railbox logo and slogan have faded away leaving behind their outline and original colors applied just down the road at the Pullma... (more)
On a chilly evening in New York City, Hercules, Mercury and Minerva stand tall atop the roof of Grand Central Terminal as they have done for the past 99 years welcoming passengers into this world ... (more)
The CNW initials on this auto rack have obviously seen much better days.
Still wearing its original paint applied by the Pullman Standard paint shop at Butler, PA in June of 1974, this PS2CD keeps the Milwaukee Road legacy alive even after its official demise in 1986.
The famous Keystone logo makes a brief appearance as seen through the passing cars of NS 136 during a meet with it at the Camp Hill siding.
The Wisconsin Central badge makes a visit to the Deep South as it awaits classification at the CSX’s Tilford Yard.
This nostalgic UP shield is starting to show its age as it’s still in the original paint applied to it by the Pacific Car & Foundry back in September of 1980. While this logo was once a smooth re... (more)
Second Hand As M700 heads out of Montgomery, the conductor’s seat clearly lets you see that this unit has not always worn the CSX Dark Future paint and was originally used by another south... (more)
Enclosed merchandise is not the only thing boxcars carry.
Tony the Tagger An eye-catching form of urban artwork is displayed along the curved sides of a normally dull looking covered hopper from Trenton works as it departs the Tilford yard on a c... (more)