Northern Railcar SW1 #1 poses at their Cudahy shops in March of 1987. The shops are the former Harnischfeger crane facilities next to the C&NW Old Line.
On Kanawha River Railroad's (KNWA) first day of operation, they were off to busy start with switching the yard at Dickinson, one northbound qualifying run to Pt. Pleasant, WV and picked up a few c... (more)
This historic and preserved engine has been painted back in its as-built livery. However some modern modifications were kept, such as the lights, which does not make for a historically accurate re... (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)
Brand newly painted merger SF 5996 west leans into the curve near Oro Grande, CA. The train will stop at Frost to let on a rear set of helpers to assist the heavy train up and over Cajon Pass to S... (more)
A GP-38-3 rebuild with a paint job so fresh you could smell it, leads a geometry train past historic Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
After a twelve-year absense, steam is back in the Smokies! Great Smoky Mountains Railroad consolidation #1702 made its first test run along the mainline on Friday, July 22 (7/22-coincidentally the... (more)
Not your Father's Scale Test Car Wearing the eye catching orange paint typically found in MoW cars, this former Pullman Standard 4 bay covered hopper has been reclassified to another use. ... (more)
After 12 years rusting in the North Carolina mountains, the air is once again pierced by the sound of her whistle and smell of her smoke.
This is one of the few series of cars that saw some Southern Pacific new image paint applied. This car was seen in its fresh coat waiting for helpers to take it over Tennessee Pass.
Santa Fe 5252 an ex-Amtrak unit is on it's maiden run up Cajon Pass to Barstow from San Bernardino. The 5252 east breaks through the storm clouds into morning light with just a hint of a rainbow o... (more)
Milwaukee Road's first E9 200A built in 2-56 became the 30A and now Amtrak's 405 rebuilt in the West Milwaukee Shops of the Milwaukee Road.
Test run of C425 in fresh GVT livery. This unit formerly was in New York & Lake Erie very faded colors.