NW 611 splits a pair of vintage stoplight signals at Automatic 217 in Forest, VA as it heads the train back from Lynchburg to Roanoke on the Powhatan Arrow.
After 51 years of service, the Budd R32 type cars are currently found on the J-Z & C Lines. Here, an eastbound J train for Jamaica Center is seen departing Chambers Street. Chambers Street was ope... (more)
1 of the 5 trainsets consisting of the R42 type cars left on the system is seen arriving at Chambers Street, aka "The Dungeon".
Just another day, just another image from Hoboken Terminal.
Not Quite a Double-Header: Coupled behind Loco #2, #1 sees the light of day for the first time in many a year. Looking rather naked without her saddle tank (barely visible sitting beside th... (more)
Amtrak has been having numerous service issues recently, but just about every day, a unique motor has been on at least one of the trains to/from Miami. Today, we have "The Big Game" eng... (more)
The newest addition to Pinsly's Florida Central ops won't be turning a revenue wheel just yet. It wasn't picked up by FCEN due to bad wheels, likely flat spots. The little Geep was sent on two m... (more)
An exBN unit rests on a quiet Sunday morning.
Roadside America... While on a work trip, came across this piece of Americana in one of those "blink and you miss it" small towns. Located along the Katy Trail, is this MKT Bicentennial... (more)
The Erie Lackawanna Railroad 3639, later Conrail 6670, sits with the other relics in Norfolk Southern's West Yard in Roanoke. The SPD45 is listed as being owned by the Virginia Museum of Transport... (more)
The sun has set to the west as blue hour commences, and the famous NP signal bridges stand tall over MRL's 4th Subdivision at Desmet. Photo taken with permission.
A Canal Street trolley makes a quick stop to pick-up and drop-off passengers at the Carondelet Station on a busy Wednesday night in a city known as the "Big Easy."
MCRY Baldwin 1256 rests in front of the depot at North Freedom after a day of excursions.
UP SD70AH 8897 leads the line of equipment for Franklin Park Railroad Daze into the display area.