The conductor of the Sierra Northern Beer Train enjoys a beautiful sunset in Northern California as the train crosses the impressive Woodland Trestle. Thunderstorms have started to gather over the... (more)
Bay Colony #1064 tiptoes over the Charles River at Medfield, MA.
CP 4450 drops down grade across the wooden trestle in the village of East Davenport,IA. headed for the mainline that follows the Mississippi river. This old ex- Milwaukee Road trestle is a kin to ... (more)
Former ET&WC 12 and coach cross the dead horse trestle during Tweetsie Railroads annual "Railroad Heritage Weekend".
Engine 190 leads the "Wild West" train across Dead Horse Trestle during Tweetsie Railroads annual "Railroad Heritage Weekend".
Climax locomotive 1694 crosses the Monbulk Creek Trestle only a few minutes into it's official relaunch run to Menzies Creek and Emerald.
RS-1 1269 in new ICG dress teams with two more Alcos still in GM&O colors to take the northbound leg of the daily Union Camp turn off the Alabama River bridge. Geeps are on the way, so the Alcos... (more)
Probably the most spectacular of all the wooden trestles between Crossville and Rockwood was this one pictured from the Lookout Mountain Obs car. We're being pulled by the diesels backwards down t... (more)
Green Bay and Western train No. 2 crosses a trestle at Blair, Wisconsin, on October 3, 1992.
RS-1 rolls along the Fraser River Bridge into Richmond where they will begin to serve the only remaining customer on the Van Horne Spur.
Looking very much like a scene from the past, a pair of ex-CP units on ex-CP rails lead the southbound GJRY train back to Guelph Junction passing over the Eramosa Trestle along the way.
Q008 crosses an icy Hudson river on its way to North Bergen NJ
Columbia & Silver Creek SW900 #903 crossing Silver Creek near Columbia, MS in March 1991.
Morning run crosses one of the impressive wooden trestles along the line.
A rare outing of SP&S 700 on the Portland & Western Union branch (Cornelius Pass) included the passage of the majestic Holcomb Creek Trestle.