The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad museum in Baltimore, MD has quite an array of equipment displayed outside the museum for visitors to see. In this photo a B&O... (more)
UP 951 bends around the curve at Hilgard, OR with the OTS (Old Timers' Special) just out of La Grande, en route to Pendleton and Portland. SD40 3113 is on an eastbound freight slowly heading east ... (more)
Rolling westward in 1979 on the B&O Garrett Subdivision and crossing the former NYC Michigan Central Porter Branch at Willow Creek Junction. Photo taken from inside the interlocking tower.
It's as if time itself has stopped. We see N&W 611 on her way back home to Roanoke once again for an upcoming excursion ducking underneath the classic SOU signals with a flagman protecting the cro... (more)
Annual Denver Post Cheyenne Frontier Days special is officially at the rodeo. This vantage point also offers a great view of the parade downtown.
The infamous Cuttingsville bridge from a different vantage point... Vermont Railway GP40 301 and GP40-2 303 lead the Green Mountain Railroad train #263 across the Cuttingsville bridge and over th... (more)
The Forgotten Steam Engine
N&W 1151 has spent the last few years outside the Virginia Museum of Transportation awaiting some much needed attention. While the unit was saved fro... (more)
"Four of a Kind"
On July 19, 2015, all four of NJ Transit's ex-Amtrak P40DCs sit together at the MMC in storage. The locomotives and all associated spare parts have recently been s... (more)
Two icons of the Gotthard line, the little church of Wassen and the "Crocodile" from Erstfeld. Ce 6/8 II # 14253 with a charter train from Erstfeld to Locarno on the middle level of the ... (more)
A northbound UP stack train rolls past Cougar as the last light of the day approaches. Nothing like a nice volcano to highlight a scene. Mt Shasta does a great job.
A loaded coke train, bound for Kentucky, rumbles east on the Adams Sub during a sunset that is heavily influenced by recent Canadian wildfires.
Quite possibly the last ES44C4 with this carbody leading a Westbound stack train down the 3% grade. I stumbled upon this little gem on my way home after a long day at work.
The morning of July 4th, Independence Day finds UP 2379 still holding at Fleta. A fitting unit to shoot on this fine holiday.
Enola has been, and continues to be, a place to find variety and unexpected surprises. Here a resident, relatively uncommon, U23C switches the hump while a variety of first- and second-generation ... (more)
Reunited in Roanoke
After much fanfare over the past month, Norfolk & Western 611 sits quietly with its firebox still warm alongside its Roanoke-built sisters at the Virginia M... (more)