One of two ALCO locomotives owned by the Hobo Railroad, shoves the 3PM train back to the depot after a successful excursion.
Living on borrowed time.... With her days of service numbered, a Norfolk & Western J-Class Steam Locomotive is in the care of the night hostlers as a leased diesel-electric cab unit approac... (more)
Protectors of the rails. NS Security Personnel pose with Norfolk & Western J-Class #611 as official photographers, including Casey Thomason (left) document the event.
With storms moving out of the area and the sun setting, shots like this are possible.
Her Majesty has left the building. With Fire-up 611 crews carefully monitoring her every move, Norfolk & Western 611 eases out of a stall in the Bob Julian Roundhouse and onto the Spencer T... (more)
Reporting for work. With a hiss of steam from the cylinder cocks, the big Norfolk & Western J-Class #611 slowly eases off the turntable and into the yard at Spencer. Shortly, she'll tie on... (more)
L&N Pile Driver 41212 stored at the Kentucky Railway Museum. Steam powered, built 1913.
waiting for the next call to duty
Nature giveth....and nature taketh away. The overgrown siding on the old C&O Durbin Branch is home to a number of pieces of ancient railroad equipment that probably should have been scrappe... (more)
Dead Lined..... Squirreled away on a little-used, overgrown siding off the C&O Durbin Branch, sits a rather rusty piece of machinery that I never expected to see as I hiked along the Greenb... (more)
The Conductor on the Pickens RY Belton job prepares to make his set out and pick up in the Greenville & Western yard.
On a hot summer day in Georgia, two ex Seaboard GP40-2s rest at CSX's yard in Lithonia. Notice the road numbers on both locomotives, 6362 and 6363...
A string of Great Walton equipment rest in Social Circle. The Great Walton has an interesting collection including an ex. Illinois Central GP10 and right behind an ex. Western Maryland Caboose.
112 year old Southern #542 sits outside the roundhouse along side 64 year old Southern E8 #6900 for the NCTM's Rail Day Festival.
A baby boat.