BJRY SW1500 1517 does some switching in Rochelle.
Still wearing their PRR yellow stripes, the 4850 and 4891 await their demise in the Rutherford scrap line.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad No. 1702 climbs Ferguson Hill headed west to Bryson City, North Carolina. The locomotive is pulling the final of two annual steam-powered Polar Express excursions. L... (more)
An old, deteriorating Chicago, Burlington & Quincy stencil used on freight cars is tacked onto a railroad outbuilding along the Burlington Northern main line through Brush, Colorado, in April 1984... (more)
A Tacoma Rail job has a setout of mostly tractors for the Wallenius Wilhelmsen facility at EB1 on the Blair Waterway in Tacoma. Quite a selection of heavy machinery in the background.
Even at a 10,221-foot elevation, small trees are taking foot on the rusty main line and siding at the summit of the former Rio Grande main line over Tennessee Pass. Still “railbanked” by Union Pac... (more)
"Old Rivets" is fresh out of the Strasburg Rail Road shops after a cosmetic restoration into its 1935 one-of-a-kind "widely-spaced stripes" paint scheme. The locomotive, built... (more)
Mountain Energy Resources Trackmobile Model 4200 has just pulled five empty coal gondolas past the small loader in Norton, Virginia.
A stranger (UP SD70M 5176) to the coalfields served by Norfolk Southern waits for its next assignment in Carbo Yard at Carbo, Virginia.
One of five built by ALCo for C&O.
You can still count on yard jobs & locals for classic models. This former SD45-2 carbody lives on, reclassed as SD40-2R.
LS&I 35, decorated for Christmas, sits outside Barn 9 at IRM.
US Army 45 tonnet 8537 sits on display outside Barn 4 at IRM, which displays a very nicely restored CA&E sign.
CNW 411 heads back towards the boarding area, passing Spaulding Tower.