to the Decay VI. This 'Kriegslokomotive' (Deutsche Reichsbahn's Class 52, 2-10-0) was built in Hitler's Germany, worked in Stalin's Soviet Union and 50 years ago arrived in Hungary. more)
Amtrak Heritage Diner #8521, an ex Southern Railway dining car, is seen freshly out shopped from overhaul at Beech Grove waiting to be put into service. This car is one of the oldest active cars ... (more)
The red roof of the general dealer, the blue TransNamib locomotive and a couple of yellow containers are the only splashes of colour in the sun-bleached landscape south of Karasburg, Namibia
An AEM-7AC sits with a bunch of ballast hoppers in Penn Coach Yard.
Some P42s and NPCUs of various flavors are sprinkled about the yard on this beautiful summer day.
The yard tower in the windy city boasts a large classic neon arrow logo.
After an extensive rebuild SW9 Locomotive was restored to its original owner livery at B&P shops in Brookville, PA
A string of eight EMDs await their next call to service near the Proctor yard office.
Having run around it's train, the locomotive passes the Mission Chapel of Our Lady of Light which closed in 1994. It opened in 1926 and was the only church ever constructed in Lamy which was once ... (more)
A pair of light engine moves head for the barn on a busy Sunday morning at Proctor.
This interesting set of Dupont equipment (with NS logos) is used to train fire departments on tank car/chemical safety. It was on CN in Proctor.
A sharp looking A-B-A set of Fs leads a handful of grain cars into Chadron on a pleasant fall day.
Well, it's CSX but this nee-SAL, ex-SCL, ex-L&N, ex-SBD unit still has the nice paint job. I'm really surprised the L&N haters allowed this paint job. I have always liked the SDPs.
There's a great old railroad in there trying to get out!