The General Electric Turbine Special comes through downtown Simpsonville as many onlookers enjoy the show. The friendly engineer waves to all of those enjoying ice cream at the Simpsonville Ice C... (more)
Pay attention, quiz to follow... Pan Am Southern train BF-1 has just backed down the Green Mountain Railroad's Bellows Falls Subdivision from Riverside Yard in Rockingham, VT, to the connection wi... (more)
Where the Ompompanoosuc River Joins the Connecticut RiverVermont Rail System train NPWJ-12, a Newport VT to White River Junction VT train, passes through the Ompompanoosuc River bri... (more)
Rutland RemnantThe big bridge over the Mill River near Cuttingsville, Vermont, was the location of many publicity photos for the Rutland Railroad. It's always a lot of fun to finall... (more)
Tag 80 poses with Southern 3170 and Operation Life Saver 3045.
Wearing a well preserved 1995-applied New England Central Railroad paint scheme, the NECR local train #600 is seen moving an empty hopper car from Bethel, Vermont, back to the White River Jct. yar... (more)
As part of the TVRM's Railfest celebration, recently restored TAG GP38 No. 80 was dedicated and on display at the Grand Junction yard. Here we see a close up of the "John A. Chambliss."
Featured at Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's 2016 Railfest were Norfolk Southern GP40-2 3045 with RP-E4C slug 701, Tennessee Alabama & Georgia GP38 no. 80 with TVRM GP9 1912, Southern SD40 3170 ... (more)
Iowa Interstate Road Train waits at Blue Island Yard with caboose from local.
A variety of power leads southbound CSO-1 through Wallingford. The leader is an ex-Gulf Mobile & Ohio GP38 and the two trailing units consist of an ex-Southern Railway high hood GP38 2776 and CSX ... (more)
'Cause every Foamer Crazy 'Bout a Sharp Dressed LocomotiveAberdeen & Rockford GP38 405, seen here at Raeford's Burlington Industries factory on October 16, 2008, is ex-NIWX 4215, ex... (more)
CT Southern (CSOR) RR train CSO-5 returns to Hartford from points north on 07-22-2016. The leading locomotive is painted in New England Central livery but is indeed a CSOR train.
A view of the port, Rio Tinto, Port-Alfred at LaBaie.
Bangor & Aroostook EMD GP38 No.97 Ex-Missouri Pacific 2007.
In 1993 you never knew what you might still find wandering around.... This GP38 was still in its original paint when seen at Cumberland, Maryland .