After some maintenance in Union Pacific’s North Platte Diesel Shop, a worker carefully replaces a rooftop access panel on GE C44-9W No. 9829.
The Santa Fe's (AT&SF) 5011 sit quietly out of the elements at the Museum of Transportation of St. Louis. The 5011 was the last generation of new steam locomotives purchase by the Santa Fe introdu... (more)
Workin' On The Railroad
After some morning work was done on the NS Atlanta North-End, we watch a heavy duty Peterbilt Hyrail Truck push four two bay rock hoppers into the set off ... (more)
Wabash E8 1009 has been right at home for 3 years at the Virginia Museum of Transportation following an outstanding restoration prior to it's ride to the grounds. I am told that this was also EMD'... (more)
On Home Rails
TKEN 9433 showing it's age is tied down for the weekend at the TennKen home Yard in Dyersburg, TN on this cool November morning. TennKen own a trio of these GP28's w... (more)
Obviously a former Southern Pacific locomotive, Union Pacific EMD GP40M-2 No. 1481 is in for another overhaul at the railroad’s Jenks Shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 20, 2015. It will ... (more)
Built in November of 1907 by Baldwin Locomotive Works SR 401 is a H-4 Class type Consolidation the only surviving one of it's class was built to haul freight for the Southern Railway til it was re... (more)
Sitting quietly in the East Chattanooga Shop, the 113 year old American Locomotive Company (ALCO) SR 630 take the back seat for a couple of days for minor repairs. The steam crew in previous days ... (more)
Union Pacific GE ES44AC No. 5401 has just received a coat of Armour yellow paint in the paintshop at UP’s Downing B. Jenks Shop in North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 18, 2015. Up next after a per... (more)
St. Louis-San Francisco (Frisco) 1522 sit quietly out of the elements at the Museum of Transportation of St. Louis , and is a forever star to St. Louis, and railfan's every where. SLSF 1522 was bu... (more)
Southern Sisters: Southern GP30 No. 2594 and SD40 No. 3170 rest in the yard at Grand Junction.
A work train for the Gladstone Branch is tied up on Lyons Siding. The A. C. Motor Stop sign indicates that the wire above on the siding is no longer powered.
After bringing in a loaded oil train, a trio of northern visitors make their way to the engine service facility.
CN SD40u 6017 is lifted in the air at Fairbanks for a field traction motor change out.
CP SD40-2 5908 + Training Tank car 911 were used in a Transcaer event last week.