The time on the clock tower appears to be about 9:30 as we see daily activity at the CNW Lakefront terminal in Milwaukee. There would be a NRHS Convention special running out to Clyman later this ... (more)
John's first morning in Milwaukee, Sept. 3, 1955, with Bill Rosenberg to attend the NRHS Convention that year. They just got off an Electroliner in from Chicago, and take a few shots around the te... (more)
With the afternoon's monsoons passed, and pelting a different portion of the plains, the endangered former AT&SF semaphore signals just south of Colmor, New Mexico faithfully guard the Raton Subdi... (more)
Trackside waiting for installation for PTC, a colorlight signal lies on its side with one of the signal heads lower aspect covers open, giving a view of its inner workings. Keeping trains moving ... (more)
Chattahoochee Valley's 2-8-0 is receiving routine maintenance by a few railroaders after a long day of service on the CHV. In all seriousness, the staff at the Southeastern Railway Museum pose for... (more)
A pair of Regional Transit District silver-liners pull from RTD's 38th Street station and ditch the Denver skyline as they head farther toward the outskirts of town in the day's last bit of deteri... (more)
An old Southern Railway warrior rests in the Old Spencer Yard awaiting the next call to duty.
While Georgia Railroad crews were hard at work building an outbound train to be taken to Agusta, a quite serious hotbox was spotted on an old Southern Railway gondola which they are seen handling ... (more)
The UP 949 takes it's turn on the roundtable at Spencer during the Streamliners at Spencer weekend.
5517 was in consist to Kettle Falls.
Happy 4th! FEC 104 was delivered with RailAmerica lettering, but that only lasted until May when the unit was involved in a major derailment and was repaired with FEC lettering.
The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western F3A/F7B/F3B set haul some vintage freight cars around the NCTM on Streamliners at Spencer weekend.
Happy Fourth of July.