These little machines are Field Pushers and Pig Pushers. Operated by longshoremen, they move on a narrow gauge track adjacent to the rail yard tracks. These machines are used to move loaded coal c... (more)
The cantilever CPL signals stand tall as a north bound races below it in a little over two minutes.
Rare view inside the BNSF Hump Tower at Galesburg. The Hump Yard Master views trains through tinted windows and carefully monitors traffic on a bank of computers.
Two cabs... One unit. The remains of a f-unit sits in Romney as the freshly painted PEX unit sits in the back ground
A thunderstorm passes to the south of Collier Yard on CSX's North End Sub (former ACL).
Three mighty road engines wait for service while a switcher, in the right background, gets it's time in the shop.
Flat wagons waiting on trainline no.95 on Sajó's bridge to keep the river from whirling the bridge.
Clear at Mile 35 and into the sunset on 08/08/08.
The Dolgeville & Salisbury Railroad stopped running trains in 1946, but its right-of-way is a great place for an enjoyable walk or a bike ride in the Spring, Summer, and Fall months. The Dolgevil... (more)
An elderly ARR boxcar wears the classic mineral brown paint and historic McKinley Park logo while the Chugach Mountains beyond do their best to mimic their far more famous cousin far to the north.... (more)
A Ray of Light - Sun shines in through the windows of the old ticket counter at the Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal (LAUPT) Los Angeles California.
Almost eight years have passed since this photo was made, and to see Conrail blue at the shop now is very rare. Back then it was common, and fun, as it added a lot variety to the locomotives there
A group of folks have made a museum out of the old Western Maryland Depot in Westernport, and this well kept WM "northeastern" caboose sets in a park across the street. Note the neat old watchman'... (more)
Railfans - They're Like a Box of Chocolates - The wonderful thing about the train station in Fullerton California is that you never know what you will see there on any given day. In the ... (more)
A conductor prepares to board his caboose for his trip south from Danville.