The X5 looks good with a fresh coat of paint and on home rails.
That others may live..... Running a fleet of 90+ year-old steam engines that have to work just as hard each day as they ever did back in the steam era is a very difficult endeavor to sustai... (more)
St. Croix Valley recently acquired two SD40M-2's in their NP inspired paint scheme to help with hauling sand to interchange partner BNSF. The trains seen heading north just out of Rush City with ... (more)
St. Croix Valley recently acquired two SD40M-2's in their NP inspired paint scheme to help with hauling sand to interchange partner BNSF. The trains seen heading north over the Snake River in Pin... (more)
After the rain had settled slightly, this image of two railroaders talking in front of ATSF 3450 was taken. ATSF 3450 was one of the stars of the night photo shoot at the Railgiants train museum. ... (more)
SP 5021 and ATSF 3450 were the stars of the show at the 2nd annual night photo shoot at the Railgiants Train Museum. Even though we were rained on, everyone got some awesome photos! In this photo ... (more)
It was 105 degrees on this nice arid sunny day at the Orange Empire Railway Museum. I thought this classic Santa Fe "Foreman Car" was pretty neat.
Alaska Railroad's Anchorage Yard basically sits between downtown Anchorage and Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson. Every other year the base hosts Artic Thunder Air Show featuring among others the Th... (more)
A look down the tracks from the fireman's side of PRR 643.
On lease from GMTX, One Twenty Eight idles on Wright Ave after a day's rain as the crew takes their noon time break.
Weekend regional train #160 heads east toward Boston at Metro North's Old Greenwich station on a quiet Sunday morning.
Tying up in Silverton. Denver & Rio Grande Western Consolidation #315 spends the night at the platform in Silverton, Colorado, with K-28 #473, after a day of operations in the Animas Canyon... (more)
On a beautiful late spring evening in Chama Yard a timeless view of narrow gauge railroading illuminated by moonlight is a joy to behold.
The Gainesville depot sits under fading summer storm light on a humid June evening. Built in 1910 along the Southern Railway Washington to Atlanta mainline, the station served trains such Crescent... (more)