Ballasting the Station Track The North County Transit District (Coaster) bought the track from Oceanside down from the Santa Fe in 1994 and was leasing 372 and probably the dump cars.
Side view of the new Central Maine & Quebec Railway corporate paint scheme as seen at the rollout on July 29 at the CAD Railway Industries facilities in Lachine, Quebec.
A pair of General Electric Erie, PA-built ES44AC units for Ferromex - FXE 4816 and 4815 - await pickup by Norfolk Southern on the East Erie Commercial interchange trackage near the GE Transportati... (more)
On Friday, July 29, Central Maine & Quebec Railway (CMQ) took delivery of its first of eight rebuilt Electro-Motive Division (EMD) GP38-3 locomotive, #3812, in the company’s new corporate paint sc... (more)
"Old Maude". Finally spotted in a location where I could get a decently lit shot of her, DRGW Rotary Snow Plow OM occupies one of the storage tracks at the north end of the Chama ... (more)
On her last run of the day, Valley Railroad Mikado number 40 makes her classic appearance pulling away from the time-honored depot at Essex, beginning to make the twelve-mile trek up the Connectic... (more)
An Amtrak MP15DC shuffles some cars around Washington's Union Station in preparation for a northbound run of the Northeast Regional one warm July morning. Amtrak's Crescent had just ... (more)
A former Southern Railway U23B waits for it's next assignment.
A Mount Washington Cog Railway train descends from the summit of Mount Washington with biodiesel locomotive, M-2 "Algonquin" providing the power for the trip down the mountain. The Atti... (more)
The crew of Georgia Railroad 1026 has just found a hotbox on a Southern Railway gondola loaded with scrap parts. The heavy car is not fond of moving, making it a long night for the crew.
Dusk falls at the close of a miserably hot summer day in Georgia as Georgia Railroad GP7 1026 idles with a short freight train in tow before continuing east toward Augusta.
QGRY 6904 passed Deschambault-Grondines
It all starts here..... There are plenty of photos of the summit terminus of the Mt. Washington Railway, but not so many of the very bottom of the line. All train operations start here...... (more)