The end of steam is approaching on British Railways and it shows. Locomotives were run until they could run no more and then sent for scrap. With only a few weeks before steam disappeared in the L... (more)
GRYR 2655 leads a northbound freight over Star Landing Road in Horn Lake, MS.
I still don't own a drone, but I do have some friends who love to go flying in their little 4-seater... so we flew over to West Memphis to grab shots of the UP yard.
It is always impressive to see how the slag ladles are filled from the blast furnaces in a steel work.
The West Coast Express commuter rail service glides into the former Canadian Pacific Vancouver terminal in the blue hour before dawn. Long distance rail operations out of the station ended in 1979... (more)
BNSF No.4135 leads a Santa Fe Warbonnet and a Norfolk Southern Stallion along the Rock Creek Reservoir in the Feather River Canyon.
Approximately one hour before takedown, Walter, the station's Solari board operator began to display some long gone train names on the board. Only programmed names could be shown, and alas nobody ... (more)
The westbound Rockwood Turn crosses one of the many wooden trestles between Rockwood and Crab Orchard. This bridge is located just west of Ozone stretching over a wash leading to Berks Creek. The ... (more)
The westbound turn from Rockwood traverses the old Tennessee Central Railroad through a cut at Ozone.
Brand new UP 9103 sits on a cold dark night at Picacho waiting for their switchman to hop back on and head west.
The eastbound Rockwood Turn exits the Walden Ridge Tunnel on the former Tennessee Central. From here, its another five miles to the NS interchange at Rockwood.
A scene to never be repeated...
NS 052, the final Air-products High-and-wide train to ever travel the Lehigh Line departs Bethlehem. NS 1069 was an additional bonus to this rare move, including... (more)
General Electric export locomotives destined for India and Pakistan move south on the NS Youngstown Line.