Privately owned, by association TEE Classics operated, Re 4/4 I # 10034 (built for the SBB as # 434) is beeing pulled to the Swiss Muesum of Transport at Lucerne by a Unimog street/rail vehicle. T... (more)
Four GE motors races out of Kingman Canyon on a Memphis, TN to Los Angeles, CA intermodal train as they sneak behind the "Big Rig Doll House".
Looking more like a Hollywood creation out of a sci-fi flick than a locomotive, the HHP is a really surprising sight with its skin removed. Note the bell hanging from the frame on the right side.... (more)
Railcars ABe 4/4 # 54 and # 56 of the RhB, called "TW III" (railcar third generation Bernina), with the BERNINA EXPESS 974 from Tirano to St.Moritz, are rounding the unique spiral viaduct of Brusi... (more)
Pakistan Railways HG/S 2306 on the way from Jamrud to Landi Kotal on the legendary Khyber Pass-line.
People from the Khyber Force with Kalashnikow-Guns sit on the loco for the security of the tra... (more)
At dusk, DPUs on a southbound coal load pass the sign at the south end of the railroad park where the UP and BNSF lines cross. The sign shows upcoming events in town, including a "Run the Rai... (more)
The industrial-aged clerestory roof of Penn Station Newark runs on the platform between tracks 3 and 4 and can be looked straight down when coming down the ramp from the PATH's second story inboun... (more)
Somebody has written "Too young to die" across the top front of WP F7A No. 915-D. Indeed, during the 70s, many of WP's F7As were traded in for newer EMDs.
Where is the track ?
"LIRR Intermodal Bogie Rolls Over the Montauk Cutoff"
One of Long Island Rail Road's experimental "Intermodal Bogies" gets dragged down the Montauk Cuttoff to Sunnyside Yard to be cut up f... (more)
A "High and Wide" from up above. This heat exchanger, made by Air Products of Wilkes-Barre is slowly making its way to Morrisville, PA where it will continue on by sea to Saudi Arabia.
An accident at the Route 41, occassionally crossed by trains and without signals to prevent. The car was displaced about 18 feet until stop and affortunately nobody was injured.
Surprising to find this still happening in 2017! This is Chartham, near Canterbury, in Kent. The crossing keeper is kept busy with 6 trains per hour, during the day.