Modern CSX power leads a northbound across the B&O/NKP diamonds at Leipsic Junction. Note: Taken from private property with permission.
After hiding behind the clouds for most of the morning, the sun makes a sudden brief appearance as a westbound roars through the small town of Kingsbury.
A repainted former Conrail GE leads loaded coal downgrade, passing relics of the Pennsy at MG Tower.
The roar of EMD 567s fills the air as Pennsy E8s pull another excursion up the mountain and past MG Tower.
Once the backbone of most major railroads' locomotive fleets, many SD40-2s are finding new homes on shortline and regional railroads. 35 year old IORY 4082, built in London, Ontario for Canadian P... (more)
1315 is reflected in the calm waters of Poplar Creek during the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum's 2009 ALCo Photo Freight Weekend.
The beautiful Berkshire crosses Pitner Ditch east of LaCrosse on Saturday's last excursion run. What a sight (and sound) to behold! More information on upcoming excursions can be found at www.76... (more)
Late evening sun glints on the top of an eastbound train as it negotiates the deep rock cut near Ramsey.
No chance of forgetting your mileage to Chicago from here (via the Monon, anyway), as the milepost location is given in three different places.
Here we see J772 about to drop this northbound-on... (more)
Q200 snakes out of the siding at the south end of Deshler in the light of a full moon.
Dark clouds foretell impending rain while northbound J772 lopes along towards Mitchell at 10 MPH.
Bright sunshine is finally found south of Salem as J781 approaches the Route 160 crossing with four cars in tow.
Rain continues to fall as northbound J772 approaches the semaphores at the south end of Orleans on the final day of April.
Delays can be good....
After having some issues with the lead engine and a meet with 261, eastbound 306 is back on the move a few short minutes before sunset at Oakwood on the former Nickel Plate... (more)
Spouting a signature cloud of ALCo smoke, 1315 performs a runby for photographers at Southern Appalachia Railway Museum's ALCo Photo Freight Weekend.