This loaded coal train and an empty coal train have just meet about 10 miles east of Bluefield near mp 352. The outside signals on this ex-N&W CPL's have a clear and stop indication for the 2 pass... (more)
With the sun about to slip below the skyline the sky glows with the last rays of sunlight as the classic old SP cantilever signal bridge carries on its duties protecting the Sandcut cross-over. On... (more)
In a lush Spring setting, No. 925 climbs Christiansburg Mountain with a GE wide-cab leading three EMD's, while passing through the beautiful hamlet of Shawsville, Va., in gorgeous afternoon light.... (more)
This is what happens during the "weekend curfews" you've been hearing about around Orlando. They shut down everything (except Auto Train) north of Taft to DeLand in order to have an all-access pa... (more)
This remaining B&O tower at Leipsic gives us reminder of days passed. Guarding this diamond XN tower once protected the interlocking in conjunction with the Nickel Plate RR. Another days sun arise... (more)
The historical building of Toronto Union Station in the Great Hall. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in the year of 1975. Today serving GO Transit, VIA Rail Canada, Amtrak, and... (more)
Been there, done that, seen it all, and still rolling...
A CN MOW employee loads up a spike machine with a magnet on a boom. The equipment operates at night and is reloaded with spikes, grease and fuel during the day.
A couple of old DM&IR M.o.W. carts rest near the end of the track while a 120 car string of old DM&IR quad sets rest waiting for warmer weather and the return (hopefully) to BFT service.
A quiet night at the Georgetown VIA Station with only one late night train arriving tonight.
While waiting to photograph a mighty Yellowstone led loaded ore train from the Mesabi Iron Range that was heading to the docks in Two Harbors, something caught my eye. Here was a recently install... (more)
The first scenes recorded outside the U.S. by John, on his first trip to Canada September 6-7, 1953, were at the NS&T yard which was a CN property.
Kansas City Union Station, designed by Jarvis Hunt, will turn 100 next year.
It's almost midnight and a light fog/rain/drizzle mix is in the air as a pair of signals protect the CN Iron Range Sub. at M.P. 66.3. In all types of weather, night or day they do their job.