Train of the railway company FEPASA, known as "Celuloso de Nueva Aldea" passes through the area known as "El Corte" near the town of Buenuraqui, through the railway, between high hills and the riv... (more)
Switching amongst the industry and fields of Santa Maria
A patched Southern Pacific unit leads a loaded coal train through the Feather River Canyon as it crosses under the famous Pulga bridge.
The penguin's name is Bugle.
The Missouri Pacific (MoPac) Heritage Unit leads an Operation Lifesaver Passenger Special, south, near the tiny town of Akron, IL. Also Note the C&NW Heritage Unit at the end.
The BNSF Jordan Spreader has sat in the Denver Yard for years, hopeful that the call to duty will eventually come.
It is possible that it is the last photo of these electric locomotives, most likely soon them will start up on scrap metal
Annual CSXT Charity Train embarks on FEC, blocks from CSXT's HQ building, at the Prime Osborn. Their website states: "The building is the only southern railroad station in the nation that has bee... (more)
A long Oakland bound BNSF stack train passes through Bealville in the early morning.
After lifting the Woodstock multi's at Cami, OSR #383 notches up, eastbound out of Ingersoll.
LG3 with all EMD's head South to the Load Out for more Coal
Close-up of EMD's HTCR truck on SD70M at Irvington.
Centennial Terminal As they have done for the past 100 years, passengers move about the terminal's main concourse trying to reach their trains or stopping to admire the sights to be seen i... (more)
The "Carolinian" doesn't stop at Tim's River Shore; too bad--the clam chowder is excellent, and the train-watching is good also!