A Whisp-Spud begins its decent into Cajon Pass from Summit on a warm summer day in one of railroading's more iconic spots.
A pair of John Deere colored Katy SD40-2s lead up some Union Pacific units at Glen Park Yard back in 1986.
An ancient replica of an even more ancient DeWitt Clinton sits to the left of a very real Lima Allegheny at the Henry Ford Musuem in Dearborn.
A grainer heads south on the Toledo Sub.
They're only new once. A pair of smell-the-paint fresh GEVOS lead a stacker over Vickers Junction.
The still abandoned Michigan Central Station in Detroit awaits yet another planned reuse.
At the time I caught this D&H U23B leading a Norfolk & Western train, I was actually disappointed as I'd driven so far and wanted to see Norfolk & Western. In the 37 years, my opinion has changed.
A couple bricks in the pit - two GE E44s await their next assignment in Meadows Yard in Kearny. This area was known as the pit and soil there was always black, but with poisonous looking rainbows ... (more)
With the air so muggy you can see it and with the long ago razed Public Service Terminal Building in the background, a Conrail Raritan Valley Line train moves from the yard to Newark's Penn Statio... (more)
She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes... The Union Pacific LOF67 (nicknamed the Guadalupe Turn by fans and rails alike) makes its twice weekly appearance heading north through Ventura... (more)
A sixty-two-car long Guadalupe Turn takes advantage of the Metrolink-free, Memorial-Day holiday and gets an early start on the day, passing by CP Las Posas before dinner time.
The Guadalupe Turn races along the beach in Carpenteria, CA, on its way up to Guadalupe. There's not much freight on the Coast Line these days, so the Guad is a bit of a celebrity, reaching this f... (more)
The Mother's Day Dinner train is getting ready to depart from Greenbank, overseen by a steam locomotive tire on display. The EMC SW1 in the background began life with the Lehigh Valley.
Back for the first time in many years, the ATSF 3751 begins its backup move out of Fullerton Railroad Days.
The nearly 88-year-old Baldwin puts on a show as she backs away from the 2015 Fullerton RR Days.