With the fires above Durango that has shut down the Durango and Silverton. The Cumbres and Toltec is being watched closely and evaluated. On Thursday the Cumbres and Toltec ran a double header out... (more)
Awaiting a crew in brilliant sunlight at the west end of Lake Siding on the former PRR.
A rerouted Red line train rolls through the curve at 40th St and S. Wabash Ave.
On a warm October Night a Purple Line L train crosses the Chicago River. Four major transportation systems in Chicago are visible in this picture- the L, Cars, Boats, and a jet flying high above. ... (more)
The cans are finally moving through Santa Barbara after numerous delays. First PTC problems halted them west of Santa Barbara. After talking to the PTC desk and Dispatcher they received permissio... (more)
The dramatic scenery of the Royal Gorge is always a reminder of how small we are compared to nature. The new addition CRRX 3104 is dwarfed in comparison to the canyon walls we snaked through. On a... (more)
The Norrköping tramway network is a system of trams forming a principal part of the public transport services in the city of Norrköping. It has been in service since 1904, and is, along with the l... (more)
I last visited the Royal Gorge Railroad in the summer of 2011. The train was pulled by the staple F7 unit back then so I must say I was a bit surprised when neither engine on our train was an F7. ... (more)
A high speed AVE Class 100 trainset sits in Seville's Santa Justa Station, awaiting its next assignment.
After a Kiwi Railway Container Train passes on the 3 foot 6 inch Main Trunk Line, JA 1271 puts on a show for the local railfans as it leaves the siding.
Depot from the 'Schinznacher Baumschulbahn', narrow gauge 600mm
An Y7 Swedish railcar is making a short stop at the Gyttorp station on its way to Järle. Swedish countryside at its best including hundreds of mosquitoes !!!!
An Y7 Swedish railcar is seen on the huge bridge near the Järle station.
Freight motor 802 charges down grade with boxcars, as it approaches Calumet avenue in 1977.
UP 4515 leads one of the many daily trains of plastics and chemicals out of Houston headed for the chemical plants along Texas's Gulf Coast, pictured here at the south end of Brownie Siding, about... (more)