Loaded autoracks are coming down the hill toward Cumberland and points east.
Sand Patch helpers snooze away the weekend in downtown Cumberland.
This train is just north of Enola Yard in a picture taken from the aptly-named Overview Bridge.
The eastbound Capitol Limited slows for its station stop in Cumberland, running about a half-hour late this fine February morning.
I'd like to say these new BL20s are worthy successors to the FL9s they're replacing, but I'm afraid they come up a tad short in the looks department. Here's hoping the mechanics are better than t... (more)
Glory days are gone, at least temporarily, for this GE. She's assigned to work train duty at the small Bismarck yard, working on a tie replacement project on UP's Desoto Sub.
Westbound coal empties roll past the Webster Groves station.
An overall look at probably the newest station in the Amtrak network, known simply as "MEJ". A large sinkhole just south of Central Station has forced the City of New Orleans onto the normally fr... (more)
This GP40-2 seems to have run into a little difficulty somewhere along the way. From this side only the rear steps are missing, but on the other side the top of the cab is smashed in and there's ... (more)
A Boston-bound Regional prepares for its station stop at New Haven under an incredible maze of catenary.
I'm not sure what A&M's intentions are for this Alco, but it looks like it needs a whole lot of work to get it into running shape.
A pristine set of Centuries switches out its train just outside the A&M headquarters in Springdale.
White-lined QNSL SD40-2s visit Mont-Joli Yard. Based on several pictures in this database of the same units taken in Ontario on 4/14/07, these units must have been in transit to points west.
Shadows of old times along the former Central of Vermont can be seen even today. New England Central runs the show now, but the CN colors on this Canadian wide-nose unit still look great.