Foggy East Broad Top. On a misty fall morning, EBT Crew Members turn Mikado #15 on the "Armstrong" Turntable in the Orbisonia Yard. Nestled in a valley in the hill country of south central... (more)
Like Father Like Son! Chief Mechanical Officer Steve Jensen and his son Steven Jensen Jr. Prepare locomotive 58 to run during the annual W&W Pufferbelly day.
Utah 5002 screams thru the Price River Canyon at no more than 15 MPH. The 2.4% grade was once the Mainline thru the Rockies......Rio Grande. For over 100years it was also the Utah Coal Route... U... (more)
BNSF 4681 storms west towards Mullan Pass with manned helpers cut-in mid train.....
A rare EMD SD35 brings its work train down Winston Hill. Built in 12/65 for the Norfolk & Western, this veteran of mountain grades battles on in the Rockies...
Brake shoes smoking....Utah 5003 carefully descends the 2% at Gilluly, UT.
Sprinting along at track speed this stack train jumps over a backwater along the Clark Fork River.....
This is the helper consist for photo:
The head-end of the train is wrapped around the upper horseshoe at Austin...Mullan ... (more)
A colorful Utah Rwy consist has loaded this Intermountain Power train at Savage, UT. The train now has 6 helper locomotives cut in and is waging war with 2.4% ruling westward grade towards Solide... (more)
"8" AC locomotives lift 17,000+ tons up the east slope of the Continental Divide. All 8 locomotives can seen with a close inspection. The valley at Austin makes a theatre like atmosphere to watc... (more)
Foggy East Broad Top. A member of the EBT Shop Crew opens the underground valve that feeds the water plug, as Locomotive 15's Fireman prepares to top off his engine's water supply. The cre... (more)
Built by the CPR in 1915, Palais station is now the eastern terminus of VIA Rail's Quebec City-Windsor corridor.
Three WM RS-3s, including two "hammerheads," lay over between runs at the engine terminal in Ridgeley, WV on Oct. 19, 1974.
CIND 5003 rests in the yard on a sunny late summer day.
The Cape Breton & Central Nova Scotia GP9 1705 is posed outside the New England Central Railroad shops in St. Albans, Vermont. The unit is the former RLK 4002 and originally a low-hood Southern Pa... (more)