A handsome pair of CNW SD50s, nos. 7005 and 7019 head west at Northport, NE in threatening weather with an empty coal train returning to the Powder River Basin. CNW and UP worked together to give ... (more)
Can you spot the GE units that have been running coal through the Moffat Tunnel?
The 18th annual Capital Region Toys for Tots arrives at Port Henry, New York.
CSXT 8587 idles away in the crisp night air on the Piedmont & Northern in Ranlo, NC. The big six-axle was brought in along with SLRG 576, a Lehigh Valley painted F-unit, which is parked about a hu... (more)
BN-1 & BN-2 head a passenger train at IRM as the second.. no third.. no maybe fourth wave of nasty storms comes knocking on IRM's door. The night photo shoot was canceled but thanks to Kevin Sadow... (more)
On January 12, 2011, CSXT GP40-2 #6218 switches in Troy, NY during a snowstorm. Up until the 1950s, Troy was quite the railroad town, at one point hosting over 100 trains a day from the New York ... (more)
CR 6441, an SD40-2 and a GP40-2 power an eastbound hotshot that has arrived at the "launching pad", a quick engine servicing facility that allowed hot trains to remain intact for re-fuel... (more)
The 1AM UP Dock Job shoves a train into the ICTF Support Yard. The crew picked up the cars at the Pacific Container Terminal in the Port of Long Beach, and a UP yard crew will classify the cars on... (more)
AT&SF caboose 999330 A Roger Puta Photograph
HISTORIC DAY TODAY ON THE GASPÉSIE RAILWAY! The first time, delivred a big windmill train, to Texas on the BNSF.
CSX 57 sits in the house track in downtown Pennington Gap awaiting a crew to push the freshly loaded Benedict coal train.
A westbound Allegheny Valley Railroad freight leisurely rolls through Eighty Four, PA, the namesake town and corporate headquarters of 84 Lumber.
All is quiet in the Rensselaer shops on the evening of December 3rd, as employees await the arrival of the Toys for Tots train to be inspected.
AVR 1 returns east to Glenwood Yard crossing over the appropriately named Allegheny River as the Pittsburgh skyline casts a silhouette on the 33rd Street Railroad Bridge.