A coal train from Somerset, Colorado and on its way to Long Beach, California, approaches the end of the run for its present crew as it nears Yermo out on the high-desert. Meanwhile, the clouds fr... (more)
The "One" Cirque du Soliel Doppelmayr Cable Liner that runs as the Mandalay Bay to Excalibur express tram passes the Excalibur Casino.
The J-Yard Switcher shoves a set of loads into one of Sweetener Products three spurs in Vernon on its warehouse properties along the former Hamm's Brewery location. This neat operation runs down a... (more)
A Delta Express Tram in Terminal A runs passengers along the long hallway from gates A1 to A66. This train is actually an Otis Hovair People Mover, much like the one at the Getty Center (also in t... (more)
A Windermere bound train awaits passengers at the Cleveland Hopkins Airport station at the western end of the line.
An Albany bound manifest passes the union station in Berea, Ohio on a sunny, hot, and humid Tuesday morning.
The power off of 15K pulls out of Rockport Yard and back onto the Chicago Line after making a set out. Here it is seen from the platform of the Greater Cleveland RTA Brookpark station. The consist... (more)
A day for racing Cajon continues as the Barwinkle shows its speed by overtaking a Salt Lake City in Silverwood.
The Cajon helper set passes through Station on its way up to Lugo to rescue a stalled train.
And the race is on! Lackwisp is struggling on the outside and here comes Dego on the inside making a late move.
The DPUs from a BNSF stack train from Long Beach to Logistics Park pass iconic Mormon Rocks on one of the hottest days of the year so far as the temps in Cajon Pass near 110 degrees.
Stacks heads west through Cajon Pass on their way to Hobart Yard.
An American Express wrapped Newark AirTrain passes an United Express Embraer regional jet outside the windows of Terminal C at Liberty Airport in a pouring rain.
The Rogers Locomotive Works erecting shops in Paterson NJ today serves as both the offices of the Great Falls Historic Preservation and Development Corporation and the Paterson Museum. The museum ... (more)
American Brake 0-4-0T on display at the Rogers Locomotive Works factory, now the Paterson Museum in Paterson NJ.