Not the normal view out the engineer's side... The night shoot is well under way in the south yard. This night the E-units were featured together.
Here's a look at the inside of the cab and controls of Montana Rail Link F45 no. 392. When this photo was taken just a few weeks ago, the F45s future was uncertain. Since then, the locomotive was ... (more)
Looking through the cab of Shay #5, Shay #4 pauses at the depot waiting for its next assignment.
UP's shops in Cheyenne were open to the public May 17/18 and I was lucky enough to get up real close to 4014. No-one was allowed on the locomotive but it was possible to get a shot of the cab in... (more)
The 591 sits in Southampton Yard.
A look from inside the CN4121 reveals CN552 sitting out on the equipment lead hanging onto one empty multilevel destined for London. 552 will soon double up his train and depart for Aldershot with... (more)
Cass Scenic 45-tonner No. 20 served as the shop switcher for many seasons; it was built as US Army 7937 and was originally used at the Weldon Springs, Missouri, Ordnance Depot. Now stripped down ... (more)
The cab of one of the rare EMD FL9 in operation in Canada.
The British 4-4-0 had a long and fascinating history. In spite of the growing evidence that 4-6-0s were a better 'all-rounder', three of the 'big four' persevered with new build 4-4-0s. The final ... (more)
built in 1955 by B.L.H ;the shark nose export model ,51 sold to argentina railways .today rebuit by argentina railfan club (ferroclub argentino)