It's coming folks, one coach at a time. What used to be a sea of green and white striped bilevel, now a bunch of bilevels, some old, some new now sport the new Metrolinx paint scheme.
New Haven RS-3 558 rests at Waterbury, CT, in the company of an Alco switcher as it awaits its next assignment. RS-3s dominated both road freight and local jobs out of Waterbury in the 1960s. The ... (more)
A slow moving CP transfer crosses the Robert St. lift bridge over the fast moving Mississippi river.
Always a busy place to watch trains here at West Division St. just outside downtown St. Paul, MN.
43093 unveiled in a special Legends of the Great Western livery at Old Oak Common open day
BNSF SD70ACe 8564, pulls a manifest up river.
"Drivers". #90 sits at Strasburg Station awaiting passengers.
Grand Central Terminal on 42nd between Lexington Ave and Madison Ave - Opened on February 2, 1913, Manhattan's only surviving large station, hosts 67 tracks on two levels (41 on the first floor, 2... (more)
Well then... Two CSX EMD's lead a eastbound hopper train.
Line up of various locomotives and units used on the Great Western over the years during the Old Oak Common open day on 2nd September 2017
BNSF ES44DC 7382, rolls uphill towards Marceline, Missouri.
Tweetsie No. 12 emerges from the dark tree tunnel into an opening of soft light on a gloomy afternoon.
BN F9 1 sits on display at the IRM.
A northbound manifest knocks down the CRR signals at NE Toe River has it heads north through the Blue Ridge Mountains, following the North Toe River through the Appalachian gorges of Western North... (more)
The N-2 style dwarf signal at NE Toe River, dating back to the days of the Clinchfield Railroad, shines down the former CRR mainline as a nearly full moon illuminates the Blue Ridge Mountains.