Gainesville's resident GP7 pulls to stop before shoving back toward the Pilgrim's Pride feed mill. The now-remote controlled unit was built for the Meridian & Bigbee out of Mississippi in 1952.
A PRR (Penn Central) E44 waits in Greenville (Jersey City) for a clear signal to take 3 cars and a caboose (er, "cabin car"!) to Newark.
A converted Ford Transit cargo van is arriving at Coman. This little station lost in the mountains is located only a few hundreds meters from the border with Ukraine.
Nevada Northern Railway Museum Executive Director Mark Bassett lines the switch for the work train being pulled from the shop while #93 waits for the move. After this, #40 will pull ahead to grab ... (more)
A couple of railroaders discuss the next move while their high drivered 4-6-0 and stout 2-8-0 simmer in front of the freshly installed wig wag signals on the mild winter night.
A few thousand lights on the christmas tree and two tramways at the station Paradeplatz
The TCW's train to the Twin Cities has finished their work and is headed home, rolling through Stadium on a fine March afternoon.
The "Umbrella Movement" has three main occupation sites where the one in Causeway Bay blocks the tram lines. Tram services are interrupted and trams cannot make u-turns normally at term... (more)
A westbound GO train meets the pair of DMU cars which are undergoing a mock station stop on T2 to test onboard systems.
The conductor rides on the front of BLE 907 in a small snow squall as they get ready to pull a cut of cars to head south to Harmarville.
A few miles before the station in open country, on the line Bologna / Vignola.
Onlookers view the 700 through their cell phones as the Holiday Express departs Oaks Park.