A66 arrives into Sunshine with a down afternoon Bacchus Marsh commuter train.
Aurizon continues to reactivate and utilize their c.1986-built 3500-class electrics for coal service. A distant cousin to Amtrak's AEM-7 design, the CF48 model was a joint venture of Clyde Engin... (more)
Interior view of Norfolk & Western postal car #93 at the Virginia Transportation Museum in Roanoke, Virginia. This car was built in 1937 by the Bethlehem Steel Car Company.
Eastbound priority freight heads up hill just east of Otis on the old NYC water level route.
A BNSF grain train passes the former CB&Q depot, now the Gage County Museum, in downtown Beatrice, NE. The train is about to pass their 5 mph speed board, so the long unit train will take awhile t... (more)
In a scene straight out of 1996, consecutively-numbered "goatboat" C44-9Ws lead a stack train west through the Quiet Zone in Sauk Rapids, MN.
2 grinstein SD70MACs and a SD70ACe lead an empty coal train westward through central Minnesota en route to the Powder River Basin for another load of black diamonds.
A very special thing: every autumn about 15 volunteers hinge down the three parts of this bridge 'Steffenbachbrücke' (built 1925) between Realp and Tiefenbach. Every winter a big snowslide comes t... (more)
The recent tricolor livery of FER, since the last revision was applied to this unique type of EMU remained in the fleet.
CSR002 trundles slowly through Airport West with 3WA9 container freight from Barnawartha to Laverton.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Seymour Railway Heritage Centre's 'X31 50th Birthday Tour' train stabled at Traralgon after running the down special from Seymour via Melbourne.
The Norfolk and Western Class J number 611 pulls the last museum train of the day up the small grade on the North Carolina Transportation Museum grounds.