Here you see Reading No. 2124 after her recent asbestos abatement project sporting a fresh paint job bathing in the warm setting Scranton sun. A few hours before I was part of the crew that placed... (more)
How about this for railfan spot? Pretty nice huh? And a fine neighborhood ice cream stand right nearby too. I want to go back soon and hear those 90MPH trains slinging themselves across this 106 y... (more)
On a beautiful spring evening, an Amtrak ACELA thunders over the Susquehanna River bridge southbound to Baltimore and Washington DC. I have been most fortunate to ride this train, perhaps these ve... (more)
In the beautiful working man's paradise that is Havre De Grace, where all the people are friendly mariners, tragedy can unfortunately occur. Here we see a memorial to a young man, the date and cau... (more)
Can you believe this beautiful structure was once derelict and was heading to demolition? In the 1960's, that was exactly the situation after the B&O stopped passenger service at it's gorgeous Mt.... (more)
Like a snake in it's lair about to pounce on a little pink critter, northbound ACELA 2034 emerges from the obsolete, 139 year old, speed restricted B&P (Baltimore & Potomac) tunnel moments before ... (more)
DL&W sign on the end of a Bush train shed in Hoboken New Jersey. Can you imagine how beautiful it was new in copper in 1907, over 105 years ago.
NJT cab car 7018 leaving Hoboken Terminal, NJ at the end of rush hour.
Metro North 4913 with NJT 4150, unidentified PL42AC and 4122 at Hoboken Terminal, Hoboken NJ after sunset. The rebuilt clock tower is a wonderful punctuation mark in New York harbor.
The interior of the beautifully restored Hoboken Terminal with Tiffany details at rush hour.
New Jersey Transit No 4000 GE PL42AC and sister 4014 at Hoboken Terminal, NJ.
Super Big Boy Moon. Thanks to Mitch for the astronomical heads up. Photo taken by permission
I have never been to French's Hollow and it was worth the visit. I ran into two fellow fans, nice guys. I hope they see this and give me a shout so I can put the right train ID! Many shots have b... (more)
On a foggy but not rainy day, CSX 4584 leads a southbound trash train Q703 over the uniquely named Doodletown Bight trestle in front of foghat wearing Bear Mountain.
In the setting sun, engineer Casey (yes Casey) brings No.40 up for a coupling with his train to go back to New Hope.