Baltimore & Ohio no. 6708 at Camden Station in Baltimore, Maryland, on August 15, 1964. The H-16-44 class road switcher was built in 1957 by the Fairbanks-Morse Company. During 1989 construction b... (more)
Three GEs are at full throttle on an eastbound unit coal train, climbing toward the "Goose Neck" on this, the NS Appalachia District. The grade here is about 1.8 percent.
With their work complete T25 swings through Mascot TN headed for Sevier Yard.
A eastbound grain train looks to have picked the siding switch below the famed New River bridge. Most of the derailment has been cleaned up but these two derailed cars are going to take some work ... (more)
Quite an impressive engine on a meter gauge track! What annoys me in the "overall balance" (as would RPN screeners say, i.e. its look, or design) of the engine is the cap above the cab. ... (more)
They are finally here! A new era begins on the FEC as the very first of 24 ES44C4's take 101 out for the first time. Departing right on time at Bowden.
Between the 450 m long Wiesen I tunnel and the 969 m long Bärentritt tunnel on the line from Filisur to Davos, there is a gap of only few more then 10 meter, where the passengers have a glimps of ... (more)
Westbound California Zephyr snakes through the Colorado Rockies near Pinecliffe.
The distant roar of a Westbound grain train clawing up the .65% grade out of the Souris River Valley fills the chilly Spring night sky; and the intermediate signal at MP 16.7 gives a proceed indic... (more)
ON a cold snowy day NS 098HAs Vale Locomotive # 258 bringing up the rear of the train of 10 locomotives to be delivered to Brazil
A VO-1000 is working as a helper to an FEF Northern pulling a solid string of stock cars. I think this may be a hog train coming out of Omaha and headed for Los Angeles.
Two new Union Pacific SD90MAC-H #8523 and #8522 built 4/99 at Electro-Motive Canada London, Ontario sitting in Canadian Pacific yard May 22, 1999 . Photographer Pierre Ozorak. Photo taken f... (more)
Double traction steamtrain with the two former Deutsche Bahn "Pacific" coal fired two cylinder 01 202 (Association Pacific 01 202 in Lyss, Switzerland) and haevy fuel oil fired, three cylinder 01 ... (more)
Houston we've had a problem here
A sulfuric acid leak under one of the tank cars stopped this train. A specialized crew came to the rescue. The photographer was kindly asked to sta... (more)