Shenandoah Valley Railroad RS11 #367 leads a cut of tank cars across the Middle River as it accelerates north away from Verona, Virginia.
Other than a few scraggly trees and old code line poles, the landscape around Risk, Illinois, is pretty flat and bare. With 25 empty potash cars in tow, Bloomer Line GP10's 7591 and 7504 head sout... (more)
After unloading 25 cars of potash in Colfax, Bloomer Line GP10's 7504 and 7591 trundles east away from Anchor, Illinois, bound for interchange with Norfolk Southern in Gibson City.
The 10am Polar Express passes the Carland Elevator at 10:30, bound for the "North Pole", aka Ashley, Michigan.
After a successful run from Des Plaines to Crystal Lake and back, the 2017 Metra/Union Pacific Operation North Pole Express deadheads back towards Crystal Lake along main two, stirring up a little... (more)
Vermilion Valley Railroad F9 #4210 and Chesapeake and Indiana Railroad GP38-2 #5115 pose together during an afternoon of switching within the Olin plant complex. 4210 and 5115 were recently resto... (more)
Anatomy of a night photo session: Control the train, control the crowd, control the lighting, control the scene...but ya can't control the weather! Clear plastic bags had to be used to protect the... (more)
A Clinchfield "meet" at Carter Yard in Kingsport.
Somebody had to post it...so here's the classic shot at Dante. Minor cloning used in photoshop to clean up church-porch clutter.
Clinchfield Extra 800 South leads office car 100 out of Holston Tunnel #33 and across the South Fork Holston River.
UP 1943 is climbing the west approach of the Huey P Long Bridge, leaving Avondale Yard, bound for display at Audubon Park in New Orleans.
UP 1943 has just pulled in and tied down for public display at Audubon Park as a New Orleans Public Belt job passes by on the mainline.
Having had a recent cosmetic restoration, Reading U30C #6300 glows in the afternoon sunshine at the Reading Railroad Heritage Museum in Hamburg, PA.
Reading and Northern SD50's 5014 and 5017 leads train NRFF across Hometown Highbridge, with freight bound for Jim Thorpe from North Reading.