Evidence of the variety of the yard switchers at Corbin is this unit and its MATE doing the chores. Usually the yard power was the most interesting thing. Since I never got to the Bone Valley, t... (more)
Well, at this point it's actually CSX but we don't see any evidence of the "C&O Clone" and this ex-L&N unit looks pretty good early on a summer morning.
It's spring in some of the driest country in the US and because railfans came it's overcast and cool. Sad to see the operation shut a few years later. The railroad appears to be still there, tho... (more)
Brunswick Railroad Festival
Maybe again sometime...
Frisco was bright and audacious. Their new yard just southeast of Memphis was a showplace for the scrappy Midwest carrier and the SD45s were still on top of the horsepower totem pole. Gosh I mis... (more)
Once the companion of Alligators, this ex-SOU unit has a more mundane, ex-BN partner by this time. They have brought the daily train down to unload at the usual ambling gait. These old "Boats" m... (more)
Amtrak Heritage Diner #8521, an ex Southern Railway dining car, still has the carpet runner down after being out shopped from major overhaul at Beech Grove. This is likely the last time this car ... (more)
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.