Posing with the snow capped mountains of the western side of the Owens Valley in the background, Death Valley Railroad's Brill Motor Car No. 5 slows to a stop before it will shove back to the wate... (more)
NS 7272 started out in life as a UP SD90MAC and is in the process of being converted to what I believe is an SD70ACU.
Sparks fly as repairs are made to the 0-4-0's pilot.
After Detroit had completely abandoned their streetcar system the DEPARTMENT OF STREET RAILWAYS sold the entire fleet of relatively new PCC cars to Mexico City. Before sending the cars south of t... (more)
A Flicker of the Santa Fe Returns to Redondo Jct....and its not the restored 4-8-4 we're all familiar with either. Yes indeed, a small flicker of the Santa Fe has appeared at Redondo Juncti... (more)
The last Street Car to ever carry passengers from the State Fair Grounds to the foot of Woodward in Detroit, Michigan is shown pulling into the Highland Park Car Barns for the final time as the De... (more)
A cool sign that stands at the front of the Juniata Locomotive shops in Altoona, PA.
Santa Fe's first ever GP9 still kicking it. It's just after 10:00 a.m. this morning in Kings Park and the temperature is already hovering above 90 degrees. Soaking up the hot summer sun at... (more)
The 2707 sits at the point of one of the long strings of stored lokies sitting on the grounds of the former Rock Island servicing facilities on the NREX property in Silvis.
Sometimes it's not too easy to reach the side rod grease fittings that require lubrication. NKP 765 gets some lubrication maintenance by both the younger and older (veteran) members of the track ... (more)
The side rods on NKP 765 get some lubrication maintenance after completing two excursions on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
NS 7272 started out in life as a UP SD90MAC and is in the process of being converted to what I believe is an SD70ACU while a Southern 'E' and NS 'F' unit sit in the back ground.
Pan Am Railways' first repainted ex-CSXT C40-8 #7552 is posed for a night photo shoot at White River Junction, Vermont's annual Glory Days of the Railroad Festival on September 9.
Shown here is Combine 7365. It had been converted to serve both crew and passengers on Grand Trunk's Mixed Trains 41 and 42 running between Durand and Greenville, thus making a caboose unnecessar... (more)
NS 5301 sits on the repair track in East Altoona next to and what appears to be a stripped down Dash 9-44CW.