A metrorail train rushes out of Government Center. The area on the right is the planned site for the terminal of the FEC's All Aboard Florida project. These cars are due to be replaced in 2016.
FEC 123 catches an incredibly lucky sliver of sunlight that managed to squeeze through a a tropical shower just off shore. The other part of luck was a champ on the point of this short train.
Norfolk Southern train 17M glides west approaching Portsmouth, Ohio, with its daily movement of freight from Linwood, NC, to Elkhart, IN. 17M is crossing the Little Scioto River, which feeds into... (more)
An eastbound CSX coal train--on NS trackage rights--eases downgrade at 15 MPH at Natural Tunnel. No, that's not the "natural" tunnel the train is exiting, but the man-made "Little Tunnel" that lea... (more)
An eastbound (southbound) Wisconsin Central ore load crosses a small stream just north of the Highway 28 grade crossing at Theresa, Wisconsin, on July 23, 1995, led by a pair of EMD SD45s.
Four ex-NP F units lift Amtrak Train 10 eastbound out of Butte, Montana (background) as the “Mainstreeter” climbs up to Homestake Pass on July 31, 1973.
Engineer Charles slackens the throttle on Shay No. 9 on Colorado’s Georgetown Loop RR as it approaches the high bridge which has a speed restriction.
Shay No. 9 leads Georgetown Loop’s colorful train across its famous bridge on the 3 and a half percent climb up to Silver Plume, Colo.
A pair of CSX AC4400s lead a northbound train of empty autoracks from Newark, NJ towards Selkirk, NY over the Doodletown Bight. This pair of engines ... (more)
A cut of Automax cars trails behind a pair of CSX GEs on the River Sub. The train is bound for Greenville Yard in Newark, NJ.
One of the many intermodals that traverse this section of railroad is seen here crossing Rockville Bridge, which offers a nice view of the trailing BNSF unit in fakebonnet scheme.
Shining in the first rays of daylight, a pair of dash 9 locomotives lead Norfolk Southern train 158 north through Thomasville, NC on August 28, 2014.
This steam train participates in the celebration of the 150th birthday of the Busseau-sur-Creuse viaduct
GP40-2 6006 rounds the curve near F Interlocking in Washington D.C. in 1996.
During this time UP ran two locals a day from it's East Los Angeles yard down the twenty mile San Pedro Branch, a morning job known as the "Tuna Fish" and an afternoon job known as the &... (more)