In the 90's CP Rail equipped units 5702-5715, 5758-5772 and 6055-6080 with Locotrol-II receiving equipment (Most cabs have been stripped of most appurtenances and windows blanked over; several uni... (more)
The orange and black on 4512 is fitting for this Halloween image and the scary element is the demolition underway on the roundhouse. Today nothing but a grass field can be seen here.
It's not every day you see Auto Train Superliners and a VRE MP36 in the upper level of Washington Union Station, but on National Train Day you can!
The Argonaut has just left the station at San Antonio and is headed for Houston. Its power is a GS-1 built by Baldwin in 1930. It has 73 inch drivers and is capable of delivering 75,910 lbs. of ... (more)
TANA SD35 2306 sitting at Kodiak Mining Company in Pea Ridge, AL.
UP special Schnabel Car move from Houston to west Texas.
One of the last trains to run on the former Wabash Railroad 4th district is seen here returning from Westville as it is about to cross over the Elgin Joliet & Eastern Porter line at Crocker. Both ... (more)
Built as an 0-4-0 by Baldwin (and hence listed here as such), Disney #4 was given a pilot truck by Walt Disney Imagineering when it was rebuilt into a park engine for Disneyland in Anaheim. It mad... (more)
Caution! Student Driver. Valley Railroad Mikado #3025 rumbles southbound across Deep River Creek with a Student Engineer at her throttle and a veteran Engineer keeping watch from the gangwa... (more)
Railfans and employees alike grab their shots of the employee appreciation special. Here we see the PRR unit captivate a crowd as it shoves on the rear of the special at Horseshoe Curve.
The day yard puts their power, SRY 135 (GP9) and SRY 001 (SW900-Slug), to the barns to complete their day.
A westbound Santa Fe pig train passes the old yard. In the distance, the old shops appear to be still active judging from the diesel exhaust rising from that location.
From the Silver Rails Gallery Collection: A freshly shopped and shiny 4-8-2 Mountain, Frisco 1527 shines in the daylight. Location is not for sure, added contributor input is always appreciated.
L75 has just gotten the signal across the CSX diamonds and pours out the smoke as he heads West.
Knoxville Locomotive Works' first repowered low emissions diesel, the KLW 20B #2250, leads a westbound Knoxville & Holston River Railroad train toward downtown Knoxville just after sunset on a bea... (more)