"Turning the Fair Train"
An Alaska Railroad relay crew turns and forwards the "State Fair Train" from Anchorage Yard to the Anchorage Depot. In just a short t... (more)
Clarendon & Pittsford 306 leads the southbound Vermont Rail System freight from Rutland to Bellows Falls. Matched red units are getting harder to find on VRS as the railroad juggles its power situ... (more)
A fallen flag GP40 hangs onto it's original paint here in Waukesha where the local works the Amron Spur with tanks for Ventura Foods before a transformer pickup at SPX.
Eastbound high and wide extra , at mp 124.
Through Julia! FEC 905 heads for Bowden as developing Tropical Storm Julia brings squally rains to the area. The work must get done, rain or shine.
The Alaska Railroad's "Glacier Discovery" train exits the Portage Tunnel on the way back to Portage and Anchorage after a beautiful day on... (more)
"Snow River Bridge"
The Alaska Railroad's southbound "Airport Train" chartered by Norwegian Cruise Lines crosses the Snow River Bridge as the train closes in ... (more)
MEETING OF GEEPS... A NJ Transit Dover extra service move is eastbound at Morristown, passing former Bangor & Aroostook GP7u 23.
"Going to the Fair"
A mid-day fair train has just arrived at the Palmer fairgrounds with a fresh batch of passengers from Anchorage.
A Richmond Local pulled by two EMDs makes a move from Acca Yard to Fulton Yard. Here, it is on its final stretch on the James River Viaduct. The Kanawha Canal is seen frozen.
After having the leader die early on in the trip across the hilly B&A, CSX was forced to make a few changes. With the crew running on borrowed time a decision needed to be made quickly. The soluti... (more)
CSXT 6106 rocks and rolls over Moler Street as it leads "The Local" back towards Parsons.
The sun has just crept over the horizon, casting long shadows over the North Yard. UP 1452 (new to the database) is a GP40-2 originally built in 1980 for the Southern Pacific.
Conrail LV-4 is heading back south at Grand River Avenue with cars pulled from the remaining industries still served by rail on the westside of Detroit.
"Twenty Mile River Bridge"
The engineer extends a friendly wave out the window of the 3015 as he takes his train across the Twenty Mile River at Portage, AK. His train ... (more)