The week before Veteran’s Day, Denver Union Station was highlighted in blue lighting as captured the evening of November 6, 2018.
The 10,221-foot-high summit of the former Rio Grande main line over Tennessee Pass sits quiet and rusty today, with heavy trains no longer grinding through the lofty 2,550-foot tunnel beneath the ... (more)
The Pyongyang metro is elaborately decorated but the stock is second hand from West Berlin, complete with german graffiti still scratched into the windows! More photos of North Korean railways fro... (more)
This could be a railway station anywhere in the world (albeit not with korean writing), but the two portraits of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il tell you this can only be one place.....
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A CP employee preparing a record and report this coal train derailment. Even on straight track and in good weather they can still hit the ground - another good reason to stay clear of the ROW.
Tehran Railway Station
Impressive by day: better at night.
Pocket Sized Coach
A nicely cared for, compact Chinese-built coach for the district engineer in Nanu Oya. I value your comments
Repair in place?
The ever-encroaching jungle has made a good start on reclaiming this coach with a broken back. I value your comments
The final cut
It was a long wait for a train in Delyatin. Wandering around the yard we found this rather elegant Soviet era coach. Soon, a couple of guys showed up in a picku... (more)
Total vandalized dining car # 1140 of the type WGüge 35, parked in Weinfelden South (complete number 51 85 08-70 132-4). The car was built in 1939 in a series of 60 by WUMAG for the Deutsche Reich... (more)
The end of a short rail spur in tiny Hensler, North Dakota, on BNSF’s Zap Subdivision branch line out of Mandan has an unique end-of-track bumper. I’ve never seen one used this way, and I’m not su... (more)
Quitting cold Turkey
A derailment brought an abrupt end to a week's steam charter in Turkey which damaged engine, tender, cars and track. Fortunately, it was the last afternoo... (more)
Amtrak passengers board the City of New Orleans at Homewood.
Midnight in Sweden. The station from Nora is beautifully located near the lake. The very first normal gauge railway in Sweden opened in 1856 between Nora and Ervalla.
Went out to get a pic of the searchlights and got an added backdrop