Bethlehem Steel’s railroad serving its plant in Johnstown, Pennsylvania was the Conemaugh & Black Lick Railroad. Like most Bethlehem Steel roads at this point in time, the C&BL roster was dominate... (more)
Z1 52 running the Z1 & Z2 farewell tour approaches the tram square at Riversdale en-route to Wattle Park.
An eastbound Canadian Pacific empty coal train passes below Skihist Provincial Park on September 25, 2015. On the other side of the Thompson River, a Canadian National work train continues loading... (more)
The first of a series of showers and thunderstorms develop over the Front Range as they move north along the I-25 corridor. Seen here Union Pacific GP40-2 No. 1342 leads another GP40-2 on LDI07 25... (more)
Work is done for the day and the guys have gone home, tomorrow will be another day as track panel replacement continues. A GP38-2 rumbles on through leading the evening Expressway to Montreal.
LIRC's 2005 and 2303 work Essroc cement plant yard.
On a beautiful evening, a rare (in daylight) loaded grain train crawls into Gainesville as the two engines on the head end and the two pushers claw their way over the sharp curves and short, steep... (more)
NS P13 shoves towards the Sinclair track to start its night on duty. After doubling their train out of New Holland Yard, they'll run to Chamblee, swap out their cars for inbound cars, and run back... (more)
On a beautiful and hot north Georgia afternoon, the Reading heritage engine leads NS 238 up the Greenville District on its way from Atlanta to Charleston. I like all of the roadname-specific detai... (more)
On a beautiful and hot north Georgia afternoon, the Reading heritage engine leads NS 238 up the Greenville District on its way from Atlanta to Charleston.
N&W J class #611 on Excursion Trip from Greensboro, NC to Raonoke, VA, passes an abandoned shed at Hurt, VA, on her way back.
Caney Fork & Western #106 & #105 head up the 25 car train as it passes the Summitville Grain Feed
CSXT 7917 leads Q311 West at Ridgeway, OH having just come off the Toledo Branch from Columbus. A nice looking mix bag of power takes this train West to Indianapolis.
Did I just...step into the 1980s? It sure felt like it when I caught this slow moving manifest as Rushsylvania, OH. Power for this slow moving manifest were 2 CSX C40-8s and a GP40-2, all online.