A Camden Station bound MARC commuter train is photographed under the CPL signal bridge at Ridgely St.
Livingston Ave Bridge (LAB), last manned interlocking tower in NYS. Opened in 1902 by the New York Central, LAB was the northern of the two Albany Hudson River bridges. Prior to the closure of Alb... (more)
Another one of the countless Metro North trains that run on the Hudson Line is seen going under the Bear Mt. Bridge in Philipsburg, NY!
A pair of Stillwater Central GP40-3's pull a westbound train out of the yard on a bright November morning.
FEC 428 brings a transfer south across the Jax bridge while the CSX corporate offices loom in the background.
The Galveston Railroad Museum special nears the end of its journey as it runs next to the bay, approaching the causeway that serves as the sole rail access to Galveston Island.
The Pandhandle Bridge once carried mail and passenger traffic to Pennsylvania Union Station for the Panhandle Route, a branch of the Pennsy. Construction first started in 1903, and when Conrail c... (more)
A special passenger train operated from Minneapolis to Duluth heads across St. Louis Bay and into Duluth behind Milwaukee Road 261. The former Northern Pacific swing bridge the train is crossing w... (more)
Another oldie made new
Since SNCF can’t buy as many brand new TGV sets as they wish, they must refurbish the 35 year old Sud-Est TGVs, putting old wine into new bottles. These TGVs... (more)
Q296 crosses the mighty Susquehanna River at West Aiken on the Philadelphia Subdivsion.
A CSX slug set crosses the Carrollton Viaduct. Constructed in 1829, this is the world's oldest railroad bridge still in active service.
NS 3525 and NS 4611 work Gest Street Yard at sunset in the gritty west end of Cincinnati.
The Roger Blough is at Dock 2 taking on a cargo of pellets from the stockpile. Dock No. 6 at the bottom was taken out of service in 1963 on "Black Friday" when the Missabe shut down Two... (more)