Tim, the brakeman for the Caldwell County Railroad stands on the back of CWCY 1811 as it moves long nose forward during some switching in Hudson, NC.
This locomotive is of the Rio Grande Valley Switching Company in McAllen, Texas. It is one of six locomotives. This former Missouri Pacific branch line was leased to Rio Valley Railroad on March ... (more)
Freshly repainted Aberdeen Carolina & Western GP16 1601 basks in the sun in Star, North Carolina. This railroad recently purchased five F-Units for use with a planned dinner train.
CWCY cruises through Granite Falls, NC. Though it looks a lot faster, the engine is only doing a steady 10mph.
CWCY waddles down the old tracks that are in bad shape during the summer of 2007. The railroad no longer runs through this exact area due to Google.com building a large facility and claiming that... (more)
Two GP16's, one lettered for Genesee and Wyoming and the other York Railway, idle away in York, PA.
The Brakeman, Tim, throws a switch for CWCY 1811 to go up to Sealed Air to do some switching.
An afternoon at Doswell finds a Buckingham Branch "Z" train returning to the yard, passing the old RF&P Tower.
The tower guarded the Diamond of the RF&P and C&O at Doswell, in the foreground is t... (more)
The VRS's summer Green Mountain Flyer train running south from Burlington's Union Station, towards Shelburne.
RJ Corman's L&NHS special at Russellville Kentucky
RJ Corman's at Russellville Kentucky
The keystone shape on the tower gives away the predecessor's identity.
RJ Corman's L&NHS special eastbound at Auburn, KY
C&I's GP-16 sits on the siding by the co-op grain elevator in Malden.
The 1827 switches in Lexington.