The normal gauge shunting locomotive is getting some maintenance in the Septemvri shed. This shed is handling both narrow gauge and normal gauge locomotives.
CSX's loaded Tropicana Train is seen heading across the James River in Richmond Virginia. This bridge, built in 1919 is truly an engineering marvel, which is only given true scale when you see a t... (more)
Citadis tram 3016 in Collins Street after a heavy rain shower.
CN has been updating the mainline around the Shelton Junction area to help increase train efficiency in the area. With that the signal system is getting updated too. These classic search light sig... (more)
A set of Union Pacific road power including UP 2290, an SD60M still sporting its red frame stripe, is tied down at the bottom end of the yard in Mojave on a cool Spring morning out in the high des... (more)
A crowd gathers to watch Puffing Billy's 8A pull its train across the famous trestle bridge just outside Belgrave station.
This retired high speed train build in 80's will be scrapped in few months and is parked on this track from January 2015. This kind of high speed trainsets are the firsts who have running in 1981 ... (more)
"Tribute in Light"
A high overcast on the 12th anniversary of September 11th allows the Towers of Light memorial to stand tall over the surrounding metropolis. Below, a p... (more)
GP9 6604, in classic B&O livery, emerges from the early morning fog at the head of her passenger train. Shot during the Chase Gunnoe photo charter on the Potomac Eagle.
Returning westbound into Vivian Tunnel to push another train east over the Elkhorn Grade, Norfolk Southern's Reading Heritage Unit rides the rails of the former N&W back to Farm.
Steamlocomotive Eb 3/5 # 5810 "Habersack" (2-6-2 T) of the association Dampfbahn Bern is pulling the "Whiskytrain" near Busswil. The train with cars from different associations made a 5 hour round... (more)
Westbound coal empties round a tight curve past one of many rugged rock formations in Glenwood Canyon, one of many incredible sights along the former DRGW.
Q161 appears around the curve right as the sun rises as it passes by the Stony Point Defect Detector