A quiet Saturday morning on a nice September weekend in the Paris Est station, as passengers board a suburban train. In the background, this is a CC 72100 with the controversial "En Voyage&qu... (more)
NS 165 makes it's way over the old Southern Railway loops from Old Fort, NC to Ridgecrest, NC on the S-line. Seen here exiting Lick Log Tunnel just before going through McElroy Tunnel.
During the 92 Day Inspection, one of ACWR's Locomotive Specialists, Rob Dickson (AKA Mr. April), inspects the batteries for proper fluid levels.
Heading up the Sunnyside Branch on October 25, 2007, Union Pacific’s LJP45 “dirt train” is led by Rio Grande SD40T-2 No. 5371, with wrinkled paint and weathered Rio Grande logo still emblazoning t... (more)
Rio Grande SD40T-2 Tunnel Motors are parked at mile 14.4 on the Sunnyside Branch as the crew of Union Pacific’s LJP45 “dirt train” local has lunch on October 6, 2004. Parked next the locomotives i... (more)
Tanfield railway's annual night shoot. Twizel on the left and long term restoration project no 14 has its boiler inspected
Wisconsin Great Northern's pair of former GN F7As, recently acquired from the defunct Columbia Star dinner train operation and painted in Wabash colors, poses for photographers. Thanks to coordina... (more)
The interior of a Pacific Parlour Car, a former Santa Fe Hi-Level Lounge converted to a first class experience for the Coast Starlight, features etched glass dividers with unique train logos.
A night ride aboard an open-air "breezer" feels great after a day of 95 degree temperatures. Taken during the 2015 Midwest Old Threshers Reunion, Mount Pleasant, Iowa.
An abundance of rain over the last several months has produced fields upon fields of sunflowers. Featured is one with a now retired Santa Fe Southern locomotive in the background.
After making an overnight trip across Tennessee and Kentucky, CSX's business train lays over in Decoursey Yard.
Not a hint of wind on the Pomme de Terre River this morning as 292 bangs over the bridge east of Barrett. (photo taken with a remote shutter release as I protected myself under the bridge)
Motoring into Sheepscot. Here's the view over the shoulder of WW&F Motorman James Patten as he guides the museum's Model-T Railcar RC4 past the Head Tide Tank and into the Sheepscot Yard. ... (more)