Red River Valley & Western #300 southbound near Jamestown, ND || September 1989
Camas Prairie's log train from Headquarters, Idaho, crosses a trestle at Konkolville near Orofino on Aug. 17, 1977, as it heads for Lewiston to complete its 82-mile run behind four Geeps from its ... (more)
Crossing the largest trestle on the LK&P RR --- 325-ft. long.
The Spirit of Washington dinner train creeps across the fabulous 102 ft. high, 975 ft. long Wilburton Trestle (blt. 1891) in Bellevue, Washington. The Washington Central operated this luxury dinne... (more)
The Fort Smith Dodger returns to Heavener as it crosses over a steel bridge just east of Poteau in the late afternoon.
Southern NW2 #1016 leads a short train northbound on the A&Y line to Sanford || June 1975
Three GP9s from joint lessors Union Pacific and Burlington Northern drag the daily local from Lewiston, Ida. up the Grangeville line, and near Nucrag crosses one of several wooden trestles on the ... (more)
The eastbound train crosses one of the many wooden bridges alone the line to Rockwood. The former Franklin Industrial Minerals locomotives have been painted for Lhoist North America.
Southbound WP&Y Train 2 with three specially-built GE units (Nos. 98, 97, 92) is now in Alaska and USA territory and exits the only tunnel on the 110-mile line twenty-one miles after leaving the 2... (more)
Georgia Central rosers the largest fleet of high hood U23Bs, and they may look rough but are in good mechanical condition from what I can tell...
Montana Rail Link’s Polson Local is eastbound at Moiese, Montana, and crosses Mission Creek on a timber trestle on September 27, 2007.
Regular eastbound train en route to Craigmont over several spectacular trestles and bridges.
BPRR testing out 2 KCSM units on their local.
Rockwood turn heads west across the last wooden bridge from it's destination in Crab Orchard, Tn.
Late in a very hot day, a loaded coal train rolls over a timber trestle between Duffield and Gate City in far western Virginia. A radio control car with helpers is at work far back in the train.