A severe slope must negotiate the trains which entering to the CELCO cellulose plant in Nueva Aldea (Ranquil town), by the railway detour from Rucapequen - Nueva Aldea branch line. They should do ... (more)
The first G&W corporate colours that have touched SOR's operations belong to QGRY GP39-2C which is nested with a pair of patched RLK units. The QGRY unit is currently assigned to SOR's Hagersville... (more)
This carriage of the Lorenbahn (light railway) on the island Hallig Oland runs 'uphill' in the eveningsun on the trip to Dagebüll on the mainland
Freight train of cellulose #50.553 of FEPASA from Coronel harbour, exit of the tunnel No. 7 in railway branch Concepción - Horcones (former Curanilahue), and bordering the Pacific Ocean with desti... (more)
Milwaukee Road 261 and it's Tender gleam in the setting sun as it leads the Fall Colors Excursion from Duluth to Minneapolis.
On the Fallbridge Sub, a westbound coal drag, with BNSF 6337 on the point, exits tunnel 10 with coal hoppers strung out on the causeway at chamberlain Lake.
An eastbound Conrail double-stack train negotiates the curve at Sewickley.
Ajecta association preserved steam locomotives. The 141 TB 407 on the turn table of Longueville. This steam locomotive has circulated during many years on the Bastille line and this is the machine... (more)
Union Pacific's Southern Pacific heritage engine leads a mixed freight train east along the Mohawk River. This is the second time in the past couple of months that this engine has made an appearan... (more)
The big mama Cargill elevator switcher waits for its next round of duty along Cajon Blvd.
Milwaukee Road 261 and the Fall Colors Excursion consist gleam in the setting sun in Northern Minnesota.
The one and only red nose left on the system made its way over the road yet another time. This unit is normally used for protect and is rarely seen in action. All sister units were sold. some w... (more)
A night photography session at he WMSR with C&O 2-6-6-2 #1309 and WM #734.