Veteran Montana Rail Link Engineer Charlie Kehrwald is at the controls of GP35 No. 405, as we grind up the 2.2 percent grade of the Harrison Branch at 8.6 mph a few miles south of Sappington, Mont... (more)
A view from the engineer's side of Milwaukee Road boxcab 10200. No. 10200 was the first of 42 electric locomotives delivered by General Electric to the Road beginning in 1915, the year it was buil... (more)
When the Engineer of the ETR 610 saw that I was taking pictures of his train (refer to photo ID 431705) he very kindly invited me to have a look at the cab. Of course, I promptly accepted his invi... (more)
As a present for my eighteenth birthday, I got to ride in the NCTM's FP7. Here is a shot of the engineer with his hand on the throttle passing under the pedestrian bridge.
It's almost midnight and a light fog/rain/drizzle mix is in the air as a pair of signals protect the CN Iron Range Sub. at M.P. 66.3. In all types of weather, night or day they do their job.
In the cab of the operational "crocodile" Ce 6/8 II # 14253, built in 1919 by SLM Winterthur and MFO Oerlikon.
The cab of Union Pacific rotary snowplow No. 900082 allows the crew to operate the motive power back in the train as well as the operations of the plow itself. The unique “marine windows” are spec... (more)
Got coal? That's about all Milwaukee Road 261 needs at this point - it's pretty much ready for its May debut.
Work place of the driver on the "crocodile" Ce 6/8 II # 14253, built in 1919 by SLM and BBC, and still operational for SBB Historic in Erstfeld.
Aboard a freight train, with the locomotive E-3227, of Italian origin (Breda Marelli), in a beautiful sunset over the fields of Maule.