A pallet of goods donated by Amtrak employees destined for West Virginia flood victims is loaded carefully onto the baggage car of the Cardinal.
Guts, bowels, internals, the stuff that makes it go.
Workers replace the draft gear of Union Pacific GE ES44AC No. 5339 at the Downing B. Jenks Shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 18, 2015.
Built new for the St. Louis Southwestern Railway (Cotton Belt) in April 1976, an 89 foot bilevel auto rack moves slowly into Roper Yard in Salt Lake City on July 9, 2016. The SSW 80638, involved i... (more)
Old T1 tender sits at the south end of the Lumber St.Yard Chicago.
Of blue and steel... coal hopper mtys are backed up under the loading silo and will be ready for loading in the moring at Middlesboro Minings loadout. For decades the operation was known as Appolo... (more)
With the afternoon's monsoons passed, and pelting a different portion of the plains, the endangered former AT&SF semaphores in the ghost town of Colmor, New Mexico, faithfully guard the Raton Subd... (more)
Northern Pacific 26339.... Time standing still...
On the Northwest side of Great Falls Montana sits a couple dozen railroad treasures. The yard consists mostly of late steam era 40 foot boxc... (more)
Trackside waiting for installation for PTC, a colorlight signal lies on its side with one of the signal heads lower aspect covers open, giving a view of its inner workings. Keeping trains moving ... (more)
Even after 60 years of service, former Illinois Central GP10 No. 8396 continues a life of revenue service as power on the Athens Line railroad alongside an ex-Conrail GP38
After the Amtrak "Farewell to the AEM-7s" excursion on 6/18/2016, I had a chance to take a shot of the cab of the 942, the lead motor on the trip. Get these shots now, because these unit... (more)
Both the 5 and the 6 are in the House One circle. They both must be in for truck work as there both on dolly trucks while their six axle trucks are worked on.
This strange machine is plinthed outside Windhoek station. Anyone know any more?
There is no telling what you'll see while watching trains. "Super Chicken" on top of one of the signal towers at the summit on Cajon Pass, January, 1986.
The illustrious Micheline was the first rubber-tyred train. André Michelin frequently travelled in a sleeping carriage, and it is said that his insomnia played a major role in the Micheline projec... (more)