After enjoying a wonderful dinner with close friends at The Capital Grille, we headed straight for the Metra station at La Fox along Union Pacific's Geneva Subdivision. Storms kept moving in from ... (more)
Operating on the original Rio Grande mainline through a trackage rights agreement with Union Pacific, a pair of clean BNSF GE's bring up the rear of a Denver-bound manifest, as it descends Price R... (more)
The war is over and the troops are gradually coming home. Here a couple are re-united on platform 10 at London's smoky Liverpool Street station. Other soldiers wait, siting beside or on their kitb... (more)
MRL's 840 local passes a local church near Winston Hill, Montana.
A NS Plan V "Apekop" ("ape head") is crossing the IJssel just before arriving at Deventer.
MRL's Gas local passes through the Clark Fork Valley at Eddy, as spectacular storm light graces the area.
A Virginia sunset provides the backdrop for the N&W 611 coming into Lynchburg, VA.
Shortly after sunrise a Historic Transport Preservation (Steam Specials) charter on the C&TS rounds the big curve at Lava, on its way to plow snow farther up the line. In the distance the San Lui... (more)
With Detroit Edison coal loads in tow, CSX N811 parades along the Big Sandy River, splitting a pair of oddball bracket mast signals housing C&O-style signals, westb... (more)
765 performs a photo runby during a photo special organized by Historic Transport Preservation and hosted by the Steam Railroading Institute, the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society, and the Gr... (more)
Due to the phenomenal graciousness of the lady who owns this land (pictured above the silver truck), we were able to soak in the sights and sounds of the famous J in a scene that quintessentially ... (more)
KCS 4117 lead's a G AGMBRC through Rochelle, IL eastbound on a remarkable Sunday evening sunset.
"ALL THAT SHIMMERS IS GOLD"
The Winchester and Western switcher crew approaches Clear Brook from Winchester on it's return journey back to Corning Yard as the clock strikes m... (more)
As far as New York City subway stations are concerned, the old City Hall station is clearly the "Jewel in the Crown". The station was opened as in 1904 as the centerpiece of the new un... (more)
Norfolk Southern H02 with engine 3010 at the point (long hood forward) and a few freight cars behind heads Westbound through a very rainy, eerie and dark storm at... (more)