A pink line train runs above a busy downtown Chicago.
An eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight crosses Fish Creek Trestle near Rivulet, Montana, on July 3, 2001. The 576-foot nine-span bridge is officially called bridge 165 on Montana Rail L... (more)
EC 213 'Mimara' slows for Zidani Most junction, after the stop it'll turn south: towards Zagreb. Shown here rolling through the entrance, way after sunset.
The Port of Montreal Railroad's RP20BD #1004 and slug roll aa cut of double stack cars bound for Canadian National interchange past the then new terminal pad under construction in the Port of Mont... (more)
The Port of Montreal Railroad's RP20BD #1004 and slug handle a cut of double stack cars bound for Canadian National interchange in the Port of Montreal. Photo taken on private property and accomp... (more)
Golden sunrise on the Mongolian steppe.
When my father would see his Uncle Rob, he would usually would give my father a new Baldwin Locomotive Works Builder's Card. Robert S. McKee, Sr. worked for Baldwin as a design engineer, so Uncle ... (more)
Scheduled for a morning arrival in Butte Montana, train #26, the North Coast Limited still looks good.
Thanks to the Far Hills steeplechase, NJ Transit ran many extra trains down the Gladstone Line. One of those trains is seen here crossing the Hogback Bridge with a PL42AC diesel locomotive for pow... (more)
BNSF 5203 pulls a string of covered hoppers eastbound at Essex, MT at the south end of Glacier National Park. The helper and maintenance yard is to the right. Out of view to the right is the Izaak... (more)
Union Pacific EC-4 travels southbound to Los Angeles along the Santa Barbara Coast.
Hanging on a cliff above the Fraser River, a CPR coal train makes its way east toward Lytton.
The "Clinchfield 676" (UP 3985) is crossing VA Route 63-83 on the McClure River bridge, just south of Clinchco. The same "beer off premises" sign and "Clinchfield Railroa... (more)
Engineer Ted Krumreich has SRC #90 hooked up as the sun glints just over the horizon signalling the end to what was another successful day of steam railroading on the Strasburg Rail Road.
A push-pull train Singen (Hohentwiel) - Stuttgart. On the left a VT 611 Ulm - Basel, equipped with tilt technology.