A deceivingly warm looking fifth morning in March 2016 had the waterfront area of Bangor, Maine being quickly awakened by the sounds of Pan Am Railways train NM-1.
With Railroad Street in its sig... (more)
The CP has taken over and L.Bell's"Black Patch"paint scheme is fading out. We're stopped at 13St west of the Milwaukee depot waiting for the smoke to clear so we can get in to change cre... (more)
Its one year after the SOO has purchased the Milwaukee Road. Most of us Milwaukee guys with more than 20 years under our belt on the Milwaukee were saddened if not morose over its demise. The SOO ... (more)
CP 4611 substitutes for an ailing Amtrak unit on Hiawatha #338, seen here at the Sturtevant, WI depot.
Green and yellow geeps are shown rolling 101 through the tiny Bourbon County village of Hiattville on a beautiful late winter afternoon. Behind the modern diesels is a big train, and they're runn... (more)
Not long after the UP takeover of WP it's units were reassigned to local service all across the UP. Here a pair are leading the morning UP Mead Local north on the San Pedro Branch on it's return t... (more)
Eastbound NBPO unit slurry train, rounds the curve at Gardner, Massachusetts into some of the days first rays.
B&O unit Willard
Moodna Viaduct, opened in 1909, is an iron railroad trestle in Cornwall, New York, near the village of Salisbury Mills. It spans Moodna Creek and its valley north of Schunemunk Mountain. The trest... (more)
Flanging with nose blade with wings in so Highrail track inspector can make his run.
Moodna Viaduct is an iron railroad trestle in Cornwall, New York, near the village of Salisbury Mills which spans Moodna Creek and its valley north of Schunemunk Mountain. Construction began in 19... (more)
Wind chill be darned, switching goes on.
With a backdrop of the landmark one-time Eastern Orthodox church, WJAL-19’s power waits on the Chestnut Ridge interchange while the crew gets lunch at a nearby sandwich shop.
B&M 333 leads westbound POED out of CPF 309.