In a yard usually filled with 4-axle power in the form of GP40-2 models, a GP38-2 is rarity to see. Today though, a hat-trick of the Geep 38 models pose together and take a break from switching ... (more)
In an unlikely place, the famous Peach Park in Clanton, Alabama, a former L&N caboose sits next to personal campers and serves as an office for those wanting to park their RV overnight as they mak... (more)
Built by the New York Central between 1929 and 1934 as way to move trains through Manhattan’s West Side above the streets of the city, the High Line would serve the city well and even earned the n... (more)
The loaded tank cars full of Phenol show off their rail bending abilities as they move along the jointed rail of the State Do... (more)
A pair of GE units in differing NS paint schemes slowly pull their freight train over the Susquehanna River and atop the Rockville Bridge as this train heads east out of Harrisburg.
As NS 137 glides over the track in Gold Ridge, it illuminates rail rolled by the French firm Hayange- at their rail mill located in Hayange, France during the year of 1984.
Looking a little burned atop the “S” on the long hood, a pair of CSX AC4400s in differing paint schemes move into the yard to retrieve their train.
74K makes its way off the NA/West End District and onto the East End District as it splits the numerous signals controlling its movement. With a signal consolidation currently going on at 32nd st... (more)
With cars occupying all the tracks in the North Yard, today’s BNSF transfer has to utilize the AGS #1 mainline to run around its train. Here it’s seen switching off the AGS #1 and onto the lead t... (more)
Oops It appears that the locking mechanism on this Railbox has broken in transit and allows for the car’s lading to be seen, which appears to be rolls of paper.
War Damn Caboose!!! Painted up in the colors of Auburn University, a caboose from the International Car Company of Kenton, Ohio will soon welcome tailgaters for the upcoming football seaso... (more)
After a successful run along the Pittsburgh Line, the 1944 beauty from the Lima Locomotive Works comes to a stop on the famous Rockville Bridge as she begins the reverse move back into Enola Yard ... (more)
Still wearing its original paint applied by the Pullman Standard paint shop at Butler, PA in June of 1974, this PS2CD keeps the Milwaukee Road legacy alive even after its official demise in 1986.
Rolled at the U.S. Steel Gary Works in the 1940s, this 6 bolt joint bar does its job of keeping the 115 pound rail Gold Hill siding together as NS trains traverse it day and night
A pair of standard cab six axle units pull a long NS 137 through the open space of Gold Ridge on a bright and sunny May afternoon.