Double deck Intercity coming.
The Norfolk and Western J Class is the largest steam locomotive to ever grace the Spencer Shops turntable. The giant engine barely fits with it overhanging at both ends.
The excitement surrounding Norfolk and Western 611 as seen from a Gandy Dancer on the other side of the Spencer Shops roundhouse.
Newly restored Norfolk and Western 611 begins to creep towards the turntable at Spencer Shops to pose for the gathering crowds.
What a mouth at this High Speed Train, seen in the Service Center
Rush hour at the Barfüsserplatz: Old meets new
Inspection of the coupling at this High Speed Train at the Service Center
A work train has run around the wye at Auville yard, preparing to head back east. Note the supports for the new type signals to the left of the engine. Wont be long before all the CPL's are gone o... (more)
Fresh from a rebuild to Dash 2 specs and a repaint at the shops of sister G&W road Buffalo & Pittsburgh in Brookville, Pennsylvania, Indiana & Ohio GP40-2 3043 leads a set of light power headed ba... (more)
A Norfolk Southern local proceeds east under the old PRR signal heads with a pair of geeps and a sizable train.
Being a Firefighter. NS 911 is a nice treat
Late on a splendid spring day, an east bound pusher set crosses the spectacular bridge at Coopers WV.
The warm late afternoon sun illuminates the country side as BNSF C44-9W no. 5192 can be seen stopped at Longs Peak, Colo., with a loaded windmill blade train. They're waiting for a northbound empt... (more)
ETR (Elettro Treno Rapido, maximum speed 250 km/h) at the station Reggio di Calabria wait for scrapping