Sperry Rail Service Detector Car car 128 was built in Sept. 1925 by St. Louis Car for the Baltimore & Ohio. It was powered by a 220 horsepower Winton 106A gasoline engine equipped with a GE electr... (more)
This faded builders plate is found an CN 805, a narrow gauge export model (GMD G8) built in 1956 for CN's lines in Newfoundland. For more train photos, click more)
Galatea pulls its train south over the Settle & Carlisle. I wouldnt like to put a date on the age of the telegraph pole
Progressive Rail's former Soo Line (Minneapolis Northfield & Southern) SD39 fills in at Chieftian Sand slowly positioning covered hoppers for loading of fracking sand. Business must be good as it ... (more)
A heavy, wet snow has just fallen but the temps wont fall to below freezing until 5 a.m. making for an icy mess for morning commuters.
A set of leased CEFX power leads a mixed freight through the curve and into the North end of Drummond, OK. An increase in traffic has led to Grainbelt/Farmrail leasing power to supplement and rep... (more)
3 new 185 of DB (in co-operation with BLS) tackle the climb to the Gothard at Silenen
Amtrak train 7, The Empire Builder, detours along the former SP&S between Spokane and Seattle. The train is just east of Wishram. It was running separately from the normal Portland section, and wo... (more)
NS 8104 Lehigh Valley leads NS 8025 Monongahela on 11G coming into Enon Valley.
Fresh from rebuilding in San Bernardino, SPSF merger-painted 1569 leads an eastbound San Diego to Barstow train up the north track at Cajon.
A late NS 18M blasts out of Glen Alum Tunnel after being slowed by winter storm Titan.
Back when business was booming, I ventured out on the old pedestrian bridge over the Williamson Yard, and caught this AR rolling through the city on a dreary January afternoon...
555 rolls across the Rocky River trestle during a snow shower
One of the rare instances of rail service on a suspension bridge in the US, a J train rolls through the Williamsburg Bridge's truss causeway, crossing the East River into Brooklyn.
On a clear January afternoon, two pristine new ES44C4's lead a westbound stack train up Goffs Hill. Most of the trip across the Mojave Desert still lies ahead.