FCEN GM Matt Schwerin is at the controls of Clinchfield #800, getting the locomotive to the O&NW for Polar Express runs that began after Thanksgiving.
Why walk on water when we've got trains? BNSF 8593 rolls through Canton, Missouri with a stuck horn.
BNSF 6537, leads a intermodal train westbound.
On the north side of BNSF’s Alliance yard in Nebraska on May 23, 2014 sit Burlington Northern GE C30-7 Nos. 5549 and 5545. Both were heavily used in coal service for for much of their lives, but s... (more)
This was a 3-unit set when purchased with the Lucky Strike scheme, A-B-A with the A up front as seen in this group roster at Council Bluffs summer 1967.
The last F7 ordered by CGW looking worn and weary by 1967, 18 years into service.
This colorful wooden stock car was still in service in September 1967 spotted at the NP terminal yard.
The New Haven Railroad was in its final weeks as grimy Alco FA1 0428 and its mates spent the day at the Dover Street enginehouse in South Boston. The NH's last Alco cab units, often running as an ... (more)
Boston & Maine SW9 1223 switches the yard at Lawrence, MA, on a winter afternoon. This engine was repainted into its original maroon and yellow colors in the early 1980s in a project funded by th... (more)
The station at McAdam, New Brunswick festive for Christmas, with the trees along the front, and lights along the roof railing. A few weeks ago was Christmas In McAdam, but unfortunately I couldn't... (more)
BNSF Dash-9 5246, leads a eastbound manifest just on the outskirts of Galesburg, Illinois.
On a quiet Sunday afternoon, Boston & Maine locomotives including an SW8, an F7, and a GP9 wait out the weekend inside the roundhouse at the B&M's Boston Engine Terminal in Charlestown, across the... (more)
Open house at the new Service- und Abstellanlage Pünten (Service- and Storage Facility Pünten) in Oberwinterthur.
#800 makes its debut appearance in Eustis and the crew has come out to join it with the train that will serve as The Polar Express, which is largely sold out for the next four weeks.