CP 1098 at Port Clinton. CP 1098, a Canadian Pacific 10-wheeler, now sits in the RBMN Yard at Port Clinton, PA. Built by the Canadian Locomotive Company in 1913 for the Canadian Pacific Ra... (more)
Last month Genesee & Wyoming had the name of one of its board members, Robert M. Melzer, added to New England Central Railroad SD40-2 3405 in honor of his "20 Years of Stewardship of Genesee ... (more)
A CSX AC4400CW in YN2 paint has some downtime at the very small Gainesville yard one cloudy morning. The GM usually sees bigger six-axle locomotives, which is quite a sight to see maneuvering the ... (more)
Semaphore Survivors. A pair of the few extant Monon semaphores maintain their static vigil at Smedley, Indiana. Thieves have removed most of the blades on the rail-banked line between Salem and ... (more)
The observation deck of the Golden Spike Tower Museum provides an excellent place to sit back and watch some great rail action. Bailey Yard, the largest yard in the world is the hub for the Union ... (more)
East bound manifest rolling through Elmhurst headed toward Proviso.
Berlin based FarRail Tours photo train on the famous broadgauge mountain line from Colombo to Badulla via Kandy.
NS power on a CP East bound, meeting an outbound Metra, on a cold northern Illinois day.
HMCR's power rests for the weekend inside the cage, but 3986 has finally shown its nose!
This Baltimore and Ohio I 17a Caboose sits on display
at Oakland Maryland's lovely Baltimore and Ohio
Depot. Nicely restored, inside and out by A J Savopolos,
during 2013/2014, with help, he ... (more)
A GE centercab and a SD40T-2 spend the night at the Powerrail shops at Monroe, GA.
HMCR's GEs head south with a single car.
HMCR's northbound turn rolls across Pinhook Creek at sunset with a ex-Southern B23-7 running long-end forward leading the way.
Ozark Valley 1321 sits at the Cerro Flow Productions plant.
Turning at Tate's Cut. The Valley Railroad's big New Haven Mikado #3025 has just cut off from her Santa Special consist at Deep River Landing and is now pulling forward past the yard's nort... (more)