Those of you who are long time followers of RP.net may recall this photo and the story that accompanied it from 5 years ago. Click h... (more)
Western Forest Products SW1200 #302 leads the afternoon Beaver Cover train over East Fork trestle on Vancouver Island. WFP's Englewood Railway remains the last logging railroad in North America.
Across the BorderAmtrak's northbound Downeaster, train number 693 (Boston MA to Portland ME) crosses from New Hampshire into Maine as it crosses the Salmon Falls River, which... (more)
The NS 1072 Illinois Terminal leads the NS 272 south over the Mayo River.
Running about 4 hours late, CN 306 crosses over the trestle at St Eleuthere, PQ on a nice Summer afternoon.
Looking a lot like the CNW that preceded it, FRV 840 leads 2 other GP35's and a GP30 across the Butte Des Morts bridge in Menasha, WI in December of 1992. Like many other lines in Wisconsin, this ... (more)
Shortly after heading through Grand Falls, New Brunswick, westbound train '305' is seen here crossing over a small trestle heading towards St Leonard.
A pair of freshly rebuilt AC engines sit under the Turnpike exit 12 off ramp. These rebuilt Dash 9's were released into service less than a week ago. 4002 was rebuilt in Roanoke while 4004 was don... (more)
Central California Traction has just left Sacramento heading south as it crosses Deer Creek. This line has since been abandoned.
After a successful public debut at Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cheyenne's pride and joy rolls northbound on the way home from Denver.
A general manifest train soars over Catskill Creek heading south on CSX's River Line at Catskill, N.Y.
CL-2 crossing the Lackawaxen River bridge
Joso has many moods. One can spend all day watching the light change and finding new ways to photograph this iconic structure and the landscape surrounding it. But it is more difficult to find a ... (more)
A minute after this shot was taken, Kanawha River Railroad's Dickinson to Columbus manifest 381 is crossing the single track bridge from... (more)
BNSF 3774 West crosses the Pecos River at Ft. Sumner. At the time of this photo, BNSF's contractor was building another bridge here for a second main line across the river.