Just moments after an eastbound rack train rolled under the former Western Maryland viaduct at Salisbury Junction, a westbound single stack intermodal rolls around the curve and prepares to pass u... (more)
A bull elk crosses Canadian National’s main line at the east end of the Snaring River Bridge at Henry House, Alberta, on July 19, 2011.
The equipment shown in this image is part of a private collection that sits along Canadian Highway 2, south of Calgary. CPR 19 is a 500 hp diesel-hydraulic torque converter type built by the Canad... (more)
Ordered by Pere Marquette and delivered to the Chesepeake and Ohio, this GP7 has had a long life. It was purchased by the Indiana and Ohio around 1987 and it is estimated to have traveled 2.5 mill... (more)
The "Big 6" takes on water at the base of the mountain in Cass, WV.
Southbound iron ore loads from Conneaut pass the small cemetery in Cheswick, Pa., a small town on the border of the Allegheny valley.
CN train U70261, the Bessemer iron ore train, rolls south through the frozen swamps of Hartstown on a cold, winter day in March 2013.
The newest addition to the SCXY RR is the freshly painted SD40M-2 (ex-SP 8840) 1326. This 3,00 h.p. 6 axel unit was painted by the shop folks at Horicon, Wisconsin into this NP-inspired paint sch... (more)
After suffering a traction motor fire on the lead truck, NS 8888 is set out in the spur track at 27th St tower in Birmingham, Alabama. The traction motor has already been removed at the time this ... (more)
As the sun rises over Altoona, PA, a pair of SD40E's head west past a 4-pack of SD40E's running east back to the Juniata facility to await their next assignment.
Looking down on a loaded coal train in the New River Gorge from picturesque Hawks Nest State Park.
CNW RSD5 1689, one of the newest additions to the collection of the Illinois Railway Museum, operates for the annual parade of power during diesel days.
One of the many autorack trains on the Toledo Sub is seen here southbound in Trenton. It is unknown if the building to the left is an old railroad building.
Westbound BNSF manifest rolls through Lombard Canyon shortly after sunrise.
A pair of geeps operated by the St. Croix Valley RR rest next to the short line's depot/office on a nice Saturday afternoon in Rush City, MN. Come Monday, it'll be back to work.