C&NW Nights at the Illinois Railway Museum.
This may very well have been part of the Locomotive Specialists' collection, but it was parked on the Progress side and they pretty much keep everything at Patterson now. Was seen a year later up... (more)
The sleepy rural community of Nichols, SC is getting back on its feet after flooding from Hurricane Matthew ravaged the town some 6 months ago. Virtually the entire town was flooded and almost all... (more)
A cut of freshly offloaded autoracks is pulled from the ramp at the Port of Charleston Terminal. They will be switched onto the storage tracks where they will eventually head back to BMW for thei... (more)
A scene nearly forgotten in Cincinnati as C&O 8272 awaits the next leg of her trip at the Queensgate engine pit. In the distance, a cut of cars are about to be sent over the hump and locomotives a... (more)
The Chicago Transit Authority wrapped four cars for the 2016 World Series champions seen here at the Red Line Addison stop for Wrigley Field.
Landmarks of a bygone era display all reds on the early morning of March 26, 2017 as a tiny sliver of a crescent moon rises into the great blue yonder before being swallowed by sunlight.
A cool winter's night elapses over a location where it seemed time had stood still, and the unstoppable metestasizing of modernization had ignored time. But unfortunately, as expected, innovation ... (more)
CTA's Cubs train heads through the South Loop as it diverges off Wabash Ave.
CTA's Cubs train makes a station stop at Adams & Wabash
Canadian Pacific's Delaware & Hudson painted this MOW gondola pink for breast cancer awareness. The gondola is seen at CP's Kenwood Yard loaded with wheels.
The New Kid in Town: Well, although not necessarily 'new', this 1967-built Hawker Siddeley RTC-85 sure looks good on her Fiftieth birthday. On a sunny May evening in downtown Toronto, a fe... (more)
Private Varnish La Contesa (ex-ATSF) laying over in Sparks, Nevada. It ran up from Oakland on Saturday on 6 and back on Sunday on 5. This was an annual event. A Roger Puta Photograph