The early morning run on the C&BL Railroad takes dedication to catch, especially when you're traveling. I drove from Pittsburgh to Johnstown to meet up with fellow RP contributor Jason Boring in o... (more)
SP power for its Kentucky House Branch, Ione Branch, and local switching duties sits in the small engine facility just east of the main line in Lodi.
A TFM MAC and a KCS Belle MAC lead a transfer across the UP Metro Sub and toward the Incline where the train will turn south and head for BNSF's Argentine Yard.
The collection at the Oregon Coast Historical Railway. The consist to the left is the pride of the fleet, and is as follows: 2-8-2 #104, SP caboose #1134, BN caboose #11269, and OCHR S-2 #111. As ... (more)
Just into Saranac Lake. The first train of the day has just arrived into Saranac Lake, with ex-PRR GP9 AIDX 6076 leading 4 cars painted in a NYC-inpsired paint scheme. IN the background is ... (more)
High speed train AVE from Marseille to Madrid near Port la Nouvelle.
Cuba City was located on the narrow gauge Galena and Southern Railroad which was acquired by the C & NW. General and then President Grant and his wife road the train several times from Galena, I... (more)
E&LS 204 awaits it's fate with others at the engine facilities
at Wells in May of 1986. It appears its fate is still undecided today.
The old and the new bridge...
Amtrak train number three has just departed it's Lamy stop back when there was as much freight hauled as passengers.
Although the code line was classic, there have been some advantages to them being removed, this shot being one of them. A nice sandwich of who bough who descends the Minntac Sub onto the Missabe S... (more)
IC power Louisville
Old school and new school BNSF power face off south of the BNSF intermodal facility, while a UP Vestas parts train waits in the background for a green signal.
BN 2976 leads a northbound freight past the site of the old passenger depot in a shot taken from Grandad Bluff in Lacrosse, WI in October of 1991.
The Gettysburg's No. 28 sits out the weekend down by the enginehouse. This unit was built as New York Central No. 2882 in November, 1967.