Rolling Through History: In the last rays of sunlight, freshly-painted MEC SD40-2 #614 leads ST Train XO-1 across State Route 67 and the Walloomsac River at Walloomsac, NY. The train is on... (more)
At 520 feet long and 126 feet high, Hamilton Trestle (Bridge No. 56) is the first of four high trestles moving west between St. Paul and Coeburn, VA along the former Norfolk & Western Lower Clinch... (more)
On the west side of Manhattan, construction is booming as the Hudson Yards Project proceeds. An elevated view shows the High Line Park ringing around the Long Island Railroad's West Side Yard with... (more)
Heading across the Richmond Viaduct, the Ringling Brothers 'Blue unit' Circus Train makes a nice sight as it heads to Newport News, Virginia for the next show. This train, having just come from No... (more)
After stopping to address radio issues on the head end, the Blue Ridge Special starts back underway as it crosses the Catawba River.
"The O&W Bridge"
Zipping eastbound on the Southern Tier passing over the Right-of-Way of the New York, Ontario & Western. The bridge is known to railroaders simply as t... (more)
After waiting out at Green for oversiding 105 and 317, train 314 heads East across the Mud River.
Super Bowl BoundOn a stormy January 30th, 1988, a four-car Santa Fe officers' special rushes south across the San Luis Rey River Bridge at the river's mouth (where it empties into t... (more)
WSOR SD40-2 4005 leads a very rare daylight T1 west over the Fox River in Janesville.
N&W 611 heads over the Catawba Bridge after a brief stop to fix up their radio, and check a "hotbox". The "hotbox" was just from the steam engine, which causes excess heat die... (more)
A pair of ex-Rock Island GP7's bring the Clyman Junction way freight over an unusual low-clearance bridge in Johnson Creek. Watch your head!
CSXT AC4400CW #26 leads train P922-29, the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus Train, over the Etowah River at Emerson, GA on 2/29/16.
The Spencer to Lynchburg "Virginian" begins it's journey as it crosses the calm waters of the Yadkin river on a beautiful April morning.
N&W 611 accelerates across the Catawba River Bridge to make up lost time due to unexpected stops.