Westbound on the old Pennsy.
A 1950-built GP7, CNRY 55, leads the Cincinnati Dinner Train as it rounds the curve crossing over Madison Road in Madisonville on a beautiful spring evening. The 55 has been documented to be the o... (more)
Demodara features a spiral constructed in 1921 to allow the railway to maintain an already grueling 1:44 (2.3%) gradient on its mountainous "main line". Here a 2012-built Chinese DMU se... (more)
In the best sunlight
Westbound stacks have just come off the CF&E at East Hobart and are now taking NKP rail west to Chicago.
GWR 3146 performs switching duties at the OmniTrax Facility (BNSF North Yard) in Fort Collins, CO. This location is an interchange point for BNSF and the Great Western Railway that services the n... (more)
Penn Central was less than a year old (and still solvent!) in December of 1968. A pair of GE E44 electrics still in PRR paint have brought a manifest over Newark Bay into the Greenville section of... (more)
A string of big GEs in for some work at the industrial park in Green Cove Springs, Florida.
Admittedly bias towards the coalfields of the Chesapeake & Ohio, the Louisville & Nashville KD Subdivision gave the C&O a good run for its money in terms of tedious mountain grades, rural landscap... (more)
Lehigh Valley Coal Co. #126 reversing at the North Carolina Transportation Museum. Behind the throttle, Mr. Henry Martin.
After a fresh snowfall in Flagstaff, a stack train snakes its way through downtown.
Amtrak AEM-7 921 leads a passenger train out of Newark on it's way North. The day this photo was taken I took the morning and headed to the Northeast Corridor to try and catch some of the new ACS-... (more)
A nice little find: This RJ Corman RP20BD is currently being used by the always active Graphic Packaging located in south Macon.
"Waiting for the Circus" LIRR MP15AC 161 sits between Long Island City and Hunters Point Ave Station awaiting the flatcar portion of the Ringling Brother's Circus Train.
Buckingham Branch GP16 #8 and #3 are seen paired together at the yard in Doswell, Virginia