Guarding the north end of the siding are these venerable N&W CPL signals in Buena Vista, VA on the Roanoke District.
A Cross Country Voyager arrives in Dawlish with the famous Blenhem in the background. The Voyager sets are not well liked by enthusiasts.
At Dawlish, a class 220 Voyager slides down the seawall as thunderstorms build in the distance.
A Pennsylvania Railroad style Position Light Signal mast in Newport, PA on the former Middle Division is silhouetted by the night sky and Moon.
"ON THE LOOKOUT"
Conductor Brang hangs out the rear platform of Caboose 1813
The PRR Position Light signals light up along the straightaway at Mill Creek, PA on the former Middle Division
"TIME STANDING STILL"
A customer receipt and July 1954 calendar are just a few artifacts just sitting collecting and becoming dust in the shops of the East Broad Top Railroad.
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This is the highest point on the entire NYC MTA system, offering a classic view of the Manhattan Skyline as an F train approaches the station.
The shear size of New York's MTA is just impressive. Here at Coney Island, a "Q" train approaches Stillwell / Coney Island MTA stop whilst an "F" departs beneath it.
St. Pattie's Day 2016, but the luck of the Irish isn't with the EK, or coal in general today, or much at all in recent history. The diligent GRS signal stands guard still in Beattyville, KY, thoug... (more)
Shenandoah Junction in the fog in the very early morning hours. This is looking northward along 1st Street at the new signals that replaced the N&W signals in ... (more)
"POINTING AT HISTORY"
Venerable Western Maryland Railway F7 236 points towards the Mount Clare Roundhouse in Baltimore as part of the B&O Museum.
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"ROYAL BLUE LINE"
No. 445 was built by the Pullman Company for the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western around 1890. During the Fair of the Iron Horse, the No. 445 was rebuilt to r... (more)
"MOUNT ROYAL STATION"
Tucked in a bowled out hollow in the northern outskirts of downtown Baltimore stands this stone monument and a reminder of the city's past in railroad h... (more)
Empty oil cans of 67W rush under the PT 249 signals near Cresson, PA.
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