BNSF 1973 & BNSF 1746 roll into "B-Yard" to hook on to the Lake Transfer.
Austere is the word to describe Conrail’s minimalist effort to patch this ex-Lehigh Valley SW1. All LV markings have been painted over, but there is no evidence that this is a Conrail engine anywh... (more)
An excursion on the Oregon Trunk passes over the Crooked River Gorge. The train spent the night in Bend and returned to Portland the following day.
During SP's last summer in Lake County, Oregon, the Lakeview Local departs town. The family living in the old depot has come out to give the train a roll-by.
CP AC4400CW's 8571 + 9591 have 116 cars behind them as they notch up clearing a 35mph zone entering a 55mph zone. They are passing the east switch of the new Marathon passing siding
Rolling downgrade through Virginia Lee, the J79 pusher set on the S0M passes the kitbash NKP-style signal, one of many that are along the Buchanan Branch.
Three GEs (plus two more on the rear) lead 9821 feet of intermodal equipment west out of the crew change point of Wellington and start the 316 mile journey to the next crew change point at Amarill... (more)
Sunday morning sees the crew of the Palmetto Railway's Virginia Avenue Yard working to move some cars around. They have worked a couple customers off the far end of their yard and now have pulled... (more)
Not a special steam loc but a very special place for exhibition in the 'Auto & Technik Museum' Sinsheim
Amtrak's Bay State was the "Inland Route" train that ran from Boston to New York and Washington via Worcester and Springfield, MA, since discontinued. On a late fall morning the southbound Bay Sta... (more)
These unique RDCs with locomotive-style cabs were built in 1957 as part of a six-car experimental train for the New Haven RR, called the "Roger Williams" and intended for Boston-New York... (more)
An empty ore train heads north here between Loop 4 and 5 with 15037 at the front.