GCRY 4960 leads the first southbound steam train of the 2018 season out Quivero after picking up the cowboys for the final leg into Williams.
As shadows start to get long in the Alhambra Valley, a westbound BNSF hot-shot crosses the Muir Trestle with three ex-Santa Fe warbonnets in the lead. In the distance at left is 3700-foot Mt. Diab... (more)
LS&I's Presque Isle engine facilities in Marquette, MI are not long for this world in August of 1974 and are now long gone. I like the coal hoppers spotted at the power plant. Bob Ferge photo from... (more)
Coming off the former N&W, ex VGN line on a post-merger connection, this train is preparing to enter the former southbound SOU main to head to Linwood, NC.
Just before heading back east, the West Local poses in front of the ex-GN depot at Morris, MN. Once a stop for the mighty Empire Builder, the only passenger trains this station sees is the occasio... (more)
Under darkening skies, former Southern SD40-2, 3302, leads a southbound freight around the elevated curve at Kings Mountain, NC.
BNSF 2045 has finished its work in town and backs the power back onto the train to head east. The ex-BN caboose was a nice, unusual treat.
Amtrak P32AC-DM 716, and a single coach, passing through Bronx's Riverdale station.
With Mid-Hudson Franklin Delano Roosevelt Bridge in background, GE AC4400CW No.349 lead northbound CSX freighter, bordering Hudson river, view from massive former Poughkeepsie railroad bridge, of ... (more)
Just as one loaded coal train slowly climbs up Crawford Hill, an empty coal train begins to descend the grade. The helpers on the loaded train would be cut off as they pass below the bridge.
UP 3014 leads a westbound empty auto train at Mira Loma.
Just after CN 528's head end passed on the north track of CN's Montreal Sub, VIA 62 with VIA 911 leading passes on the south track on a snowy afternoon.
The Norfolk Southern Honoring Our Veterans locomotive leads East-bound manifest extra M23 through the open fields and small towns along the S-line.
A pair of South Shore Geeps, still wearing their as-delivered blue and yellow paint, bring a string of loaded steel coils through Hammond. Tom Golden photo.