Chesapeake and Ohio caboose #3260 is spotted with a fresh coat of paint in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad yard in Staunton, Virginia.
First day operating with new paint scheme. Returning to Lansdale, Pa from the ESPN interchange at Telford, Pa. This was one the Reading Company's Bethlehem Branch.
Hello Georgous!The Handy Dandy Railroad, encircling the Denton Farmpark in Denton, North Carolina, did a dandy job restoring High Point, Thomasville & Denton 70-tonner 202 to her &q... (more)
A Splash of Color in a Drab YardOn July 24, 1986, the Interstate Commerce Commission would put the kibosh on the proposed Santa Fe-Southern Pacific merger. At Santa Fe's San Bernar... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna 2423 sits on display with DL 2403 during Railfest at Steamtown in Scranton Pa. Both units were recently repainted into the GVT corporate scheme at the DL shops on the South Sid... (more)
Norfolk Southern AC44C6M's 4002 and 4004 pose side by side at Juniata Shop in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information about Norfolk Southern, visit more)
Norfolk Southern AC44C6M number 4002 has been released from the paint shop in Altoona, Pennsylvania, wearing the third edition of the special prototype "Mane" scheme. Originally built by GE as st... (more)
A clean and freshly painted UP 6830 and UP 6747 at the Little Rock diesel shops.
Grand Canyon Railway's newest member to the active roster is locomotive #29. GCRY 29, a 2-8-0 steam locomotive, makes its first southbound run on the Williams Flyer train; returning its passengers... (more)
About to pass under Mill St. in San Bernardino, the northbound Mojave Flyer heads toward Cajon Pass with UP 7379, recently repainted by the Jenks shops in North Little Rock.
Looking like a brand new locomotive again, recently repainted UP 7379 departs West Colton with the Mojave Flyer and heads toward the Palmdale Cutoff.
Freshly painted UP 7379 departs West Colton seen from the Pepper Ave overpass.
Freshly painted UP 7379 leads a long Mojave Flyer up the Palmdale Cutoff at Mill Street.
Originally built by GE as standard-cab D9-40C number 8866, Norfolk Southern 4004 is the latest AC44C6M conversion locomotive to be rebuilt. The "horse mane" paint color variation denote... (more)