Monticello Railway Museum's Canadian National No. 6789 FPA-4 leads a passenger excursion around a bend and on into downtown Monticello, IL on a beautiful September day.
Limestone loads being delivered to Minorca. One of the three "ingredients" needed for taconite production. The other two: Iron ore and bentonite clay.
Empty trash train Q710 races north on CSX's River Subdivision, as it passes the NYS&W WS2 drilling the MC Yard
CN 437's chugs along with a short 25 car train. Resolute Forest Products is flipping the bill for today's train with lumber/paper/pulp products from their Thunder Bay mills.
WS3 has the SU99 road power in tow at the west end of the MC Yard. The crew will soon assemble the SU99's train. The trailing PRLX GP38-2 is destined for Sparta Junction.
Monticello Railway Museum's Canadian National No. 6789 FPA-4 leads a passenger excursion through Monticello, IL on a beautiful September day.
Been a long time. Thanks to everyone involved with the resurrection of this machine!
NS 957 rolls under the classic Southern signals at Thomasville on the return leg of its trip to the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
WS3 is doubling the SU99 road train together.
The hotshot begins its extended run to Kenora, ON across the Kaministiquia & Ignace Subdivisions.
May 16, 1965 was the day the Black River and Western Railroad began running their excursions between Flemington and Ringoes, NJ, using former Great Western 2-8-0 #60 for power. Fifty years later, ... (more)
NS 957 pauses in front of the old abandoned Dixie Plant in Lexington, as crew members perform a check on the N&W 611 which is on its first mainline run in 21 years.
CP's flagship train zoom's across the Steel River bridge.
The daily Eastbound freight train pulls hard through Heron Bay passing and getting an inspection from a materials gang laying out tie plates and anchors.