Only on Sundays between May and October, there is a loco-hauled train between Rastatt and Freudenstadt through the "Murgtal". On a beautiful late summer day, 111 069 heads this express t... (more)
The lone dual mode set in Oyster Bay is relieved of its duties laid up on wayside power on the holiday weekend.
The DE33 010 is waiting for the departure in the Yesilhisar station.The TCDD DE 33000 is a diesel-electric locomotive class built for the Turkish State Railways by Tülomsaş. It is based on th... (more)
German Kriegslok built in Austria operating in Turkey ! The 56 548 has been built in 1943 by the Wiener Lokomotivfabrik in Floridsdorf.
One of USG's rare narrow gauge DL535Es heads light through the aggregate unloader on its way to pick up a train of empties for a mine run.
Out in the backlot at the Connecticut Trolley Museum are several cars awaiting restoration. Its a slow process, but someday these historic cars will run again.
Rush hour in Yesilhisar !
A classic 1.5KV DC engine: the mighty BB 9200 in her green livery of the 1970's.
It is this locomotives series that inaugurated the first 125 mph trains in France in 1967, with the 1st Class... (more)
Ferromex's YMI03 afternoon yard job passes the classic station sign at Pascualitos with a 36 car train as they approach their next customer. Locals and yard jobs on Ferromex still use 4-5 man crew... (more)
The morning YMI01 yard job squeezes in between two homes on the Cemex Spur as they run down to spot a cement hopper with an ex-NdeM GP35 rebuild.
A pair of classic Soo Line GP38-2s bask in spring sunshine at Glenwood Yard back in 2012.
On a beautiful November afternoon, the westbound Ruebel Turn passes the large elevator at Stewart, another small town along the former Milwaukee Road mainline west of Minneapolis.
Taking care of (what little) business (remains)210 empty hoppers and three generations of GE products head down the Big Sandy Subdivision towards Paintsville, passing the C&O bracke... (more)
The Arkansas & Missouri’s Fort Smith Turn enters the yard at its destination. Joining the three C420’s on the head end is a T6 being ferried to Fort Smith for local service.