A Canadian National northbound freight is setting out cars at the north end of Duplainville siding on a snowy January 12, 2012. Whatever the weather, railroaders are a hardy bunch; and have to be ... (more)
Taken on Museum property with permission. To see the full panoramic version visit http://www.flickr.com/photos/adickson87/8114064402/
Time has gotten the best of this coach car. Taken on Museum property with permission.
Shave and a haircut--two bits. Inside the Cloquet Terminal Railroad's shop a little wheel work is taking place to remove some "slight imperfections" and this wheel set will be returned to service... (more)
The volunteers at the North Carolina Transportation Museum work to clean up the shop. Utilizing an old Southern boxcar as a rolling storage unit.
There is only a handful of these double mast CPL signals along this ex-B&O country. Here at SW Cabin, south of Swanders, the mainline is lined for northbound freight train heading towards Lima.
Sunrise at the south end Deshler. This Toledo Sub still hosts lots of CPL signals and signal bridges. This is on the portion of the line between Deshler and Lima.
to the City IV. The Budavári Sikló (Buda Castle Hill Funicular) was opened in 1870, as the second funicular railway in Europe. It was destroyed in the Second World War and reopened after mo... (more)
A westbound Union Pacific freight is silhouetted against the western sky after sunset at Hermosa, Wyoming, on March 25, 2008.
During Amtrak No. 5’s station stop at the temporary depot across from Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, an Amtrak baggageman unloads some packages from the baggage car on the morning of October 14,... (more)
As the sun sets in Davis, California, an Amtrak Capitol Corridor train passes a long string of auto racks as it sprints east along the Cal-P Corridor.
The hieroglyphics of a railroad civilization long since past.
Special thanks to Dennis Livesey and Frank Orona for the inspiration to look past the fallen to reveal... (more)
Well past rush hour, late evening patrons of both Metro-North and NJT wait in the lobby of Hoboken Terminal for their respective departures. Special thanks to Michael William Sullivan for inspirat... (more)
The facade of the historic Hoboken Terminal at dusk.
Hoboken's tower, built in 1982, supervises movements in and out of the yard at dusk.
The old tower can be seen in a photo Railroad: Erie LackawannaLocomotive: TowerLocation: Hoboken, New Jersey, USALocomotive #: N/ATrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: April 23, 2012