Pulling long hood forward, a rare IC GP40 still in deathstar paint traverses from Ceres to Rockingham Yard with a cut of containers to go out on the evening's Q121.
Alaska Railroad SD70MAC 4319 heads back to the Anchorage Yard from the port with a long string of tank cars. In the background is the Alaska Railroad shops and storage yard, where several cruise ... (more)
Alaska Railroad GP40-2 3007 leads SD70MAC 4318 past the restored Nenana depot in the morning hours of March 14. The train had come from the other side of the river at the higher elevation and hor... (more)
The cab of the 4-6-2 Boston & Maine steam locomotive captured outside the shops in Steamtown catching some rays in November of 2016. Work to restore this 1934 Lima locomotive began long ago, in 1... (more)
On a bright morning, the Rio Grande Zephyr climbs into the Rocky Mountains.
Espee's first two SD70Ms head for Los Angeles with the Pacific Coast Express. The train is crossing the Salt Creek Arm of Lake Shasta.
Waterbury train 6930 heads north through the Devon wye at CP-500 in Milford.
This regional Paris-Orléans has just left the station of Monnerville.
VIA F40PH-3 6454 leads the westbound Canadian at Mile 8 of CN's Albreda Sub, approaching Geikie.
Wearing its Canada 150 garb, VIA F40PH-3 6454 idles at the west end of Jasper's station track with train #1.
VIA #1, the westbound "Canadian" arrives in Jasper pulling through track YC01 towards the station track behind recently "Canada 150" wrapped F40PH-3 6454.
The "Canada 150" livery makes its maiden voyage to the West Coast of Canada in the form of F40PH-3 6454. It's seen here, leading the Westbound Canadian past Mile 229 of CN's Edson Sub.