The tri-weekly evening westbound on the NYS&W Southern Division hosts a CSX leader as well as three smoking black and yellow EMDs, lugging a 93 car train out of North Jersey towards Binghamton. Al... (more)
Sunrise on the "Stump Dodger" With her conductor guarding the rear platform, a Sumpter Valley Freight backs to the McEwen Water Tank for servicing, just moments after sunrise. T... (more)
WSOR's T4 Horicon to Janesville mixed freight manifest rolls west and south through the small town on Palmyra past the long closed feed mill among a fresh flocking of overnight snow.
A VIA passenger train hauled by the FP9A #6531 is leaving the city of Chicoutimi.
CSS 2002 (GP38-2) leads CSS AF-5 over the CSS-IHB diamonds in Burnham, Illinois.
CSX 4019 leads CSX Q292 into Marion, Ohio where it will stop to drop off intermodal containers for the Schneider distribution on the east side of town.
CSX train T090 has just finished making its move over Hagans Switchback and is back on the move east along the Cumberland Valley Sub towards Big Stone Gap,VA.
A rare sight on CN, two former Oakway SD60s pound up Steelton Hill with a northbound stack train in West Duluth, MN.
The shadows are long as the sun sets on the last run of Train 156, The Viger, from Montreal to Quebec City using conventional equipment.
The 76th annual running of the CSX Santa Train is seen making its appearance across the famed Copper Creek trestle, with about 20 miles left on its charity-driven journey to Kingsport, TN.
Q385 waits on an eastbound for its turn to enter Frontier Yard as a westbound intermodal changes crews on Main 2.
The local is switching the small yard on the north side of the Lachine Canal in this view from the Lachine Canal Swing Bridge on the Adirondack Subdivision.
Having been constructed in nearby LaGrange, a brand new MBTA unit is seen at the IHB's Blue Island Yard awaiting an eastbound Conrail freight for final delivery. Tom Golden photo.
A south bound BNSF manifest climbs its way up and out of tunnel 2 and through the curves of the north end of Bealville siding in the early afternoon hours of a spring day.