A new Vulcan rebuilt GP-9 waits in Easley to go to its new home. Loco was rebuilt at the CLCX shops in Pickens, SC, and the Pickens RR brought it to Easley for Norfolk Southern to transport.
Adze-snowplough SS1m at the Kirov station
Frosty McEwen sunrise. The first rays of golden sun bathe the Powder River Valley, in Eastern Oregon, illuminating the altocumulus overhead and back-lighting the Sumpter Valley Railroad's l... (more)
East Cooper & Berkeley 6554 is about to become GRWL 3752.
Tweetsie engines 12 qnd 190 double-head on the days train.
Although the winters are long and often difficult from both a weather and a train perspective there are benefits. One such benefit is that you do not have to drag yourself out of bed at an early h... (more)
7008 has the phase 1 Kiwi Rail livery only used as trial on a select few locomotives repainted after KiwiRail was established by NZ Government in 2008. Coupled is DC 4634 an EMD G22AR rebuild of ... (more)
1/3 of the evaluation trio of MP15ACs arriving on the Vermont Rail System is idle with stacks capped in the VRS Whitehall Yard on January 3. The CP 1433 joins the 1404 and 1428 and will be enrout... (more)
The annual night run. The party is almost over, and most of the revelers are gone now. The folks who remain at the WW&F's annual Victorian Christmas event are primarily museum members, the... (more)
CRI&P E6A 630 posing also and a commuter train.
A pair of SD40-2s along with a CN Dash-9 and the PRR Heritage Unit, sit on the CSX GM Lead while 3544 gets refueled.
Merry Christmas from Maine! With the sun sinking rapidly toward the horizon, WW&F #10 shines in the golden light as she moves toward the Sheepscot Platform to pick up yet another passenger ... (more)
Deck the halls! The Essex Depot is all aglow with Christmas trimmings as the Valley Railroad operates its North Pole Express Trains for the 2015 Holiday Season. There are 4 such trains per... (more)
Indiana Harbor Belt caboose number 72 is the focal point of this Gibson yard scene in 1978.
ICG Century 636 #1101 idles under the sand tower at Oak Street Yard on a frigid morning. It and its sister Alcos regularly worked between Paducah and Louisville in the Seventies.