Looking down from over 200 ft in the air at the state owned former New York New Haven and Hartford Cape Mainline. This view was shot from the cat walk near the top of the 271 ft west tower of the... (more)
While riding the Harley through the Mojave, I made the Kelso Depot one of my stops along the way.
San Diego Santa Fe Station – The catenary wires for the red car trolleys frame the front of the former AT&SF railroad station in downtown San Diego.
Sunset on the old NYC Water Level Route a few hundred yards from the causeway over Sandusky Bay of Lake Erie.
The final days for a veterans touch. Les Hancock, after nearly 35 years as a clerk for BN, BNSF, Watco, and finally, the Washington & Idaho Railway, takes the last count of cars for his career. BN... (more)
In between the hourly trains, the WW&F Museum's little 2-Foot Hand Car has become a major source of enjoyment for some of the younger patrons. The diminutive size of the narrow gauge equipment m... (more)
The pistol grip levers of AC Tower in Marion, Ohio show years of use. While the tower is is no longer in service it has been impeccably restored by volunteers at Marion Union Station. The Levers... (more)
The Winchester & Western Shop at Gore Va on a strangely clouded but peaceful Sunday morning.
Sunset on the West Portico – The Mission Style architecture that was the hallmark of many of the railroad stations constructed on the West Coast, especially by the former Atchison Topeka and Santa... (more)
Conrail lives! Well...sort of. I noticed the nice light shining on the autoracks and the crossbuck, so I altered my camera settings for a long exposure and waited for a Conrail auto.
Unusual 3-way stub end narrow gauge switch at the south end of the shop area.
With nothing but clouds all day the sun finally came out the last 15 minutes before the sun set, giving us this awesome sunset and a nice silhouette of the old CNW signals.
Record snowfall and highwinds have made lots of work in the West Virginia mountains for this Jordan Spreader. Two AC44's should supply plenty of horsepower for the job.
The setting sun cast a warm glow on some welded rail on the flint sub.
A hopper train makes the bend in the middle of Wapak and passes both the dwarf and high CPL signals.