The Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railway’s Train To Christmas Town heads towards Wilder Ranch after being switched on to the west leg of the Santa Cruz wye. The Santa Cruz Big Trees & Pacific Railway... (more)
NS 911 has just started its maiden voyage down the CNO&TP. A wonderful tribute to first responders across our great nation! For a ground level view, check out J.E. Landrum's photo: http://www.rai... (more)
Operating on the original Rio Grande mainline through a trackage rights agreement with Union Pacific, a pair of clean BNSF GE's bring up the rear of a Denver-bound manifest, as it descends Price R... (more)
Beavers caused this! On a fateful night in September 1993, Algoma Central’s ore train with SD40 184 and GP7 102 was descending a heavy grade when it discovered the right of way just ahead washed... (more)
When you can't find an Alco to shoot I guess an old GE U25B is just as good. When L&N U25B's were on their last leg they were used around Cincinnati as transfer power to the other yards around her... (more)
Nice assortment of power, including Cargill 9698
After the last trip to Mill 5 at Dayton, Simpson 1201 gets a "not quite" final spin on the turntable, courtesy of the hardworking crew. In the foreground, like a stake through the heart... (more)
Skirting a quick-moving morning rainstorm, an eastbound BNSF coal train passes through the late spring green-covered Badlands of North Dakota at Sully Springs on June 20, 2015.
A late-running New England Central Railroad train #324-05 heads into Bellows Falls, Vermont, from North Walpole, New Hampshire with Connecticut Southern Railroad SD40-2 3771, NECR SD40T-2 3317 and... (more)
[Plate 525] Slow Death in the Desert - [Summer Solstice 2015 +7 Series] - With the Tamarisk trees in the background, these three wooden Southern Pacific chair cars slowly sucumb to the elem... (more)
With Detroit Edison coal loads in tow, CSX N811 parades along the Big Sandy River, splitting a pair of oddball bracket mast signals housing C&O-style signals, westb... (more)
KCS 4117 lead's a G AGMBRC through Rochelle, IL eastbound on a remarkable Sunday evening sunset.
The Conrail office car train passes the still-operating Bethlehem Steel complex on a crisp December morning.
Train 14 had a consecutively numbered head-end on this trip north, the 192 and 191. Also, riding on the tail were three private cars: the Colorado Pine, Iowa Pacific Sky View obs and the Baton Rou... (more)
A squall has passed and the evening shift has yet to start at Rice's Point.