With the loadout supports now replaced and the derailed coal hoppers removed, work has begun on new track that was displaced by the derailment. Several loaded hoppers were pulled, literally, thru ... (more)
The dispatcher crosses over a Santa Fe eastbound at Sandcut from Track Two to Track One. As soon as the SP's conductor is finished with his roll-by, the SP will proceed down the hill into Bakersfi... (more)
Overhead view of Amtrak's Beech Grove shops, showing Trim Shop #1 and #2 and the transfer table in between them.
Drone flown with permission from Beech Grove safety and Amtrak PD. Please ... (more)
At sunset, a bay window caboose punctuates the end of an eastbound Western Pacific manifest.
One of Santa Fe's ubiquitous cupola cabooses brings up the rear and of an eastbound at tunnel 2.
Trains don't come 'round here no more... The greens of Summer are slowly reclaiming the upper stretch of the Clearfork Branch, which once hosted three coal loadouts and almost daily traffic up int... (more)
On July 19, 2003, Union Pacific’s Cheyenne, Wyoming, yard is jam-packed with a nice variety of freight cars.
Having originated out of John Sevier Yard in Knoxville, TN, a coal train derailed a week ago under the Middlesboro Mining loadout. Two hoppers were rerailed with another suffering damage and skidd... (more)
SP style B semaphore signal at MP 1017.6 on the SP Tucson Division.
A Frisco boxcar was part of MOW equipment parked at St. Michael.
For my 4500th contribution on Railpictures I choose this "moonlight special" as a tribute to the Gotthard mountain line, with the famous loops around Wassen. In a double longtime exposur... (more)
Waiting to be utilized again, rows of used plows are lined up in the outdoor storage yard at the Downing B. Jenk’s Shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 18, 2015.
The open-air Train Hall sits adjacent to the historic headhouse of Denver Union Station. The neon lights still invoke the message "Travel By Train."
A trio of semaphores stand under the desert sky protecting the west end of Levy siding on the Raton Pass line.
Beginning in 1902, the Great Northern began navigating its trains between Jennings and Columbia Falls, Montana on a new right of way partially following the Kootenai River. This route bypassed a l... (more)