Quebec Gatineau GP38 2005 heads west on the Lachute Sub as it makes a light engine move from Sainte-Thérèse to Thurso.
On it's way eastbound for Grand Junction, TVRM 100 Missionary Ridge Local with the recently restored Tennessee Alabama & Georgia Railway 80 at the lead is about to cross ... (more)
At the end of the first part of the trip at the East Chattanooga Shop Tennessee Alabama & Georgia Railroad 80 slowly make its way onto the turntable to be turn.
Something a little different than the norm. Recently restored Tennessee Alabama & Georgia Railroad 80 is entering the East Chattanooga Yard Limit after making its first s... (more)
GP38 2006 and GP39-2C 2302 approach highway 148 as they head west on Lachute Sub with Quebec Gatineau train STGA.
The Southern Railway did not go to Fayetteville, North Carolina until it absorbed the original Norfolk Southern railway in 1974. Here a GP38 and two GP38-2’s stand near the end of the Fayetteville... (more)
A northbound freight train is just out of Willits on a Saturday morning. It has been a little over a year since February 1986 storms hammered the railroad. That storm started a decline that eventu... (more)
Quebec Gatineau train STGA (Sainte-Thérèse - Gatineau) approaches the highway 148 crossing near Pointe-au-Chêne as it travels west behind GP38 2006 and GP39-2C 2302.
Central Oregon & Pacific's Weed Switcher returns from the UP interchange at Black Butte on CORP's Siskiyou Line.
A pair of Conrail locomotives pass the ex-Reading water tank on the old Bethlehem Branch at Sellersville, Pa.
Five years after the merger of N&W and Southern, GP38 2747, leads two GP30s in a solid set of Southern power on the daily local between Winston-Salem and Greensboro. Here they are running eastboun... (more)
Quebec Gatineau GP38 2004 crosses Rue Joseph as it heads south with five cars from the ERCO Mondial plant in Buckingham.
On a hot summer afternoon, Eureka Southern's road freight meets the North Coast Daylight at Fort Seward. The crews will swap trains and return to their home terminal.