LV #637 leads a C628 trio on an eastbound at the north (RR west) end of Coxton Yard in Duryea, Pennsylvania. All those boxcars were probably picked up at the P&G paper mill in Mehoopany.
BNSF SD70ACe no. 8434 leads a BNSF AC4400CW on this empty coal train north just outside of Berthoud, CO. The train is headed back to the Powder River Basin in Wyoming for more low sulfur coal.
New York City Transit (NYCT) work locomotive #886 shoves a late night work train east down one of the 42nd Street Shuttle tunnels. crews would perform work the whole night towards the center of th... (more)
Class 158758 rounds the curve at Smardale near Kirkby Stephen with a Carlisle - Leeds service
Metro North GP35r #102 sits quietly on Track 15 in Grand Central Terminal surrounded by some of the clutter that keeps the place going.
This old diesel railcar is still on regular use on the Viseu de Sus forestry narrow gauge line in Romania. Unfortunately, I could not find any information about this vehicle. Any input from RP.net... (more)
LV eastbound at Bloomsbury NJ. Ektachrome X original.
Good Morning Colorado! A lineup of Southern Pacific power await a chance to tackle Tennessee Pass spotted at Minturn Yard on Sept. 27, 1996. Winter has a tendency to arrive early in Minturn, some ... (more)
In the picture one of the locomotives Siemens "Taurus" E.190 of "InRail SpA" private rail operator operating in Northern Italy, working in the transport of various goods with: ... (more)
Crossing into California from Arizona, a westbound container train passes over the Colorado River via Santa Fe's iconic Topock Bridge.
Wintertime in the Mojave... On a sunny 60 degree morning east of Goffs, an eastbound baretable train meets a westbound rack train along Santa Fe's Needles Subdivision.
A faded Heritage One BNSF Dash-9, along with an NS Dash-9 which is uncommon to the area, head east. They snake away from the San Francisco peaks sticking up to the sky next to Flagstaff.
Gainesville's resident GP7 pulls to stop before shoving back toward the Pilgrim's Pride feed mill. The now-remote controlled unit was built for the Meridian & Bigbee out of Mississippi in 1952.
A PRR (Penn Central) E44 waits in Greenville (Jersey City) for a clear signal to take 3 cars and a caboose (er, "cabin car"!) to Newark.