A tour of the USSC shops where hard working shop crews stay busy.
D&RGW train #150 is eastbound and in the canyon between Avon and Minturn a few minutes before arriving at the crew change location at the foot of Tennessee Pass.
UP 1455 leads the way through the Sabine Branch connection track on a sunny May morning.
Waiting for a crew at the west end of Lake Siding on the former PRR.
IHB GP40-2 4019 leads 115 west through Pine Junction.
Visitors, although I rarely see anybody out taking photos during the non-tourist part of the year, there are plenty of visitors during the summer months. At some point most of the Railfan visitors... (more)
The Last One The last GP40-2 ever built leads 905 on a wet unsettled afternoon. The tropical rainy season got off to an early start this year, rain every day now for a week.
Saying Goodbye to Boston
CSX's last freight train in the city of Boston says goodbye for what may be the last time. The predecessors of the Boston and Albany began serving their n... (more)
NS 3020 and NS 714 continue to switch cars in the DeButts yard as a strong thunderstorm heads in to the Chattanooga area. So after this photo it was time to head for the car!
CSX D791, the local Winchester to Brunswick local makes its way east near Summit Point, WV. The head lights of the oncoming train illuminate the moisture and low clouds.
On a muggy, summer-like Spring morning, CSX road local C701-17 rockets south on the former L&N CC Subdivision in the tiny community of Morning View.
CSX 6451, GP-30 2323 and GP-38 2059 work on gathering their train together in preparation to leave Taft yard. A few hours later the yard would be hit with severe thunderstorms.
The engineer on the WP 3546 west is slowly coming down the Virgilia siding due to a bad order car, which they will set out on siding. Another railfan is busy taking a movie as the train approache... (more)
it's pouring down rain as D791 begins across the wooden trestle in Harpers Ferry and continues it's trek from Winchester, VA to Brunswick, MD.