That's one more thing off my bucket list: A daylight train on Starrucca. The usual schedule for trains on this line has them cross the viaduct at late night or pre-dawn early morning.
New York... (more)
Through the tunnel and over the bridge to grandmother's house we go. Ten thousand and four hundred horses know the way.
Albany Division / River Subdivision
QR 86.4 - Wilbur Trestle & Kin... (more)
A New York to South Amboy local train consisting of Arrow III Multiple Units begins to cross the Raritan River at Perth Amboy. The Arrow III MU's were once a common sight on the South Amboy local... (more)
A Canadian National coal empty crosses a fairly new bridge across a small stream just west of Lynch, Alberta, on CN’s Foothills Subdivision on August 8, 2016.
Linking Drax Power Station to New Biggin Gypsum, this freight train is crossing Arten Gill viaduct on the famous S&C line.
The Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts excursion crosses Chase bridge performing a photo run by.
One of Amtrak's newer Talgo sets embarks on its journey south to Eugene, crossing the Steel Bridge as it does so.
A CSX unit coal train running on NS trackage rights between Big Stone Gap, Virginia and Frisco, Tennessee crosses Bootleg Trestle approaching Natural Tunnel.
A BNSF northbound train on the Oregon Trunk crosses one of the "Twin Bridges" over the Deschutes River.
Former NH 2019 leads a Mass Bay RRE excursion over the Naugatuck River in Waterbury, CT.
The DM&IR ore docks in Duluth, MN are busy switching cars and loading the Edward Ryerson. The docks take on a completely different look at night, as shown in this photo from October of 1993.
Matching Ex CR sd60i's lead a coal drag off the Mon and on to the Con line
Freshly washed FL9 2019 poses over the Naugatuck River in Waterbury, CT with her striking New Haven paint scheme catching the late afternoon sunlight.
A photo that, for me, epitomizes the Florida East Coast Railroad.
Mon-Fri local interchange between SCFC/USSC heads up to Fort Pierce over their K-Branch, where speeds have increased dramatically over the years, along with them down to using just one motor per r... (more)