Rail activity is rapidly returning the the old NWP in Marin County. Here a SMART DMU makes a test run on it's way to downtown San Rafael. The Southern Pacific stopped running trains here around 19... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s 844 local drops down grade on the steep 2.2% mountain grade on the Harrison Branch and over a trestle after departing Harrison, Montana, on June 27, 2016. The local, powered by... (more)
Led by a pair of EMDs—SD60F No. 5546 and SD40-2W No. 5358— a westbound Canadian National freight crosses the Thompson River in scenic Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on June 25, 2... (more)
CSX intermodal train Q032-25 is seen crossing over Garrett Island in the middle of the Susquehanna River heading eastbound on the former B&O mainline.
The island was named Garrett Island in the... (more)
Q463 is crossing over the Congaree River into CSXT's Cayce Yard as NS waits for the tail end of the CSXT train to pass before it proceeds across Tryon St in downtown Columbia.
Steel slab train 60C crosses the massive Cumberland River Bridge along the Central Division in Burnside, Ky. The Central of Georgia heritage unit (#8101) leads the train, on its way toward Mobile,... (more)
Norfolk Southern AC44C6M #4001 leads intermodal train 216 (Atlanta to Chicago) north across Swamp Creek, approaching Dalton, Georgia. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information about Norfolk... (more)
Alabama Division train 153 approaches Leeds, Ala., westbound on the East End District, while Central of Georgia District train 198 crosses overhead, heading east toward Columbus, Ga. (led by the r... (more)
An Amtrak Cascades train makes its way through the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Tunnel, water, mountains and million dollar homes... this place has it all!
Triple Headed Coast Starlight. Leading are two P42DC and a P32-8 BWH.
A West bound CSX Train led by CP 8616 on the James River Viaduct at Richmond, VA.
The last train of the day between Santa Fe and Albuquerque heads along the old Santa Fe right-of-way after dark.
Excuse me, they're GE C39-8 (not B39-8).