A Cotton Belt GP60 leads an SP freight through Centerville on UP's Salt Lake Subdivision.
The driver greets me by turning the third top light, while the diagnostic convoy quickly through the station.
A F3-A class 4-6-2 of the Fort Worth and Denver Railway sits in golden evening light under its shelter in Childress, just feet from the former "Denver Road" mainline. Childress owes its growth to ... (more)
Out past Brigham Circle on the Green Line's E Branch, the street-running trolley is alive and well. Bell ringing and horn blaring to alert cars and pedestrians to the lumbering two-car train's mot... (more)
Midday on a Friday, an inbound Orange Line train clatters into Wellington, the primary hotbed of activity on the line. The Wellington Carhouse facility is adjacent to the station and an elevated w... (more)
Inbound to Boston, an Orange Line train pulls into Green Street Station. The station sign, labeled Green on an orange sign, has made the rounds of the internet, usually with a caption of "You had ... (more)
In Nov. 1985, the Rio Grande closed 23.69 miles of its Subdivision 7 mainline between Woods Cross and Roy. By 1988, the diamond was removed where Union Pacific's Syracuse Branch crossed the D&RGW ... (more)
Portrait of the Mikado 153-1M at the Retiro siding. This 2-8-2 steamer has been built by Alco in Schenectady in 1941 under the number 69445.
Helpers assist freight down the hill as the sun rises higher and higher
There are still classic Americana railway locations such as NS' Danville, KY depot and yard tower on the famous "Rathole" division operating south from Cincinnati, OH through Kentucky to Chattanoo... (more)
CSX 4312 passes thru Palmetto, Florida with a short freight on a beautiful sunny afternoon.
An empty coal train is ready to be loaded at the Urussanga coal loading facility.
CSX Transportation is the largest user of road slugs many of which were built from GP30s and GP35s. One such slug/mother set, CSX 6428 and CSX 2333, are seen tied down on the Fonda siding.
CSX Transportation is the largest user of road slugs many of which were built from GP30s and GP35s. One such slug/mother, CSX 6428 and CSX 2333 sit at the head of a work train on the siding in Fon... (more)
The Jung Mikado #5 is shunting in the Capivari station, exactely as she did some thirty years ago when she was still in active service on the Dona Teresa Cristina Railway.