3 LPG tankers car derail over bridge. difficult to rescue!!!
One of many unique SP items on display.
"SHADOW OF A DOUBT"
The closed Musselman plant stands tall trackside in Inwood, WV on the former Cumberland Valley Railroad as the night switcher crew of the W&W returns from... (more)
Today's westbound Rocky Mountaineer eases through the curves of the downslope of Kicking Horse Pass on its way to Lake Louise and points west.
What was once a bustling yard at the north end of the L&N is now home to hundreds of stored rail cars. Some of these will be rebuilt by Progress Rail (buildings visible at the top of the photo), b... (more)
Located 251 miles from Chicago along the busy BNSF Aurora Sub, these ABS signals will show green all night unless something passes on main#2. These signals date back to the CB&Q days. Unfortunatel... (more)
"THE HIGH ROAD"
Looking up from the middle of Canal Road on the Maryland side at the steel support structure and deck plate girder spans of Norfolk and Western Bridge No. 699... (more)
This 6:30am sunrise was only missing one thing, a train.
Parts is parts: Surrounding Union Pacific’s large shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, is an array of storage buildings and outside storage space devoted to parts supply. A vast variety of parts a... (more)
The Zephyr Returns. On Father's Day of 2015, a recreation of the famous California Zephyr traveled roundtrip from Oakland to Portola. The train consisted of four stainless steal rail cars,... (more)
A 4000 Series set arrives in Glòries with a Line 1 Metro de Barcelona service to Fondo.
One of the 2 cars of the Lookout Mountain Incline reaches the summit after the 1 mile 10 minute ride up the steep grade. The Inline was built in 1895 and has been in service for almost 120 years. ... (more)
WORTH NO SLEEP (copyright Tj M. Murrah)
"For King and Country" - actors in First World War period costumes pose on the rear balcony of a short Pullman 'Vintage Train' set at Mortuary Station, Sydney. The staged display (with s... (more)
The sun has set to the west as blue hour commences, and the famous NP signal bridges stand tall over MRL's 4th Subdivision at Desmet. Photo taken with permission.