CCT's GP18 and PR20CG sit waiting for their next assignment
Long before dawn, the crew of Mt. Emily Lumber Company #1 slowly brings their 90-ton, oil-burning Shay up to operating pressure by the sand tower in the City of Prineville Railroad Yard. T... (more)
Crescent and Cabeese: One of the remaining Crescent Limited E8s pokes its nose out of one of the buildings at the SERM as some women explore the Family Lines caboose outside.
UP 4334, BNSF 6926 rest at the small yard in Malvern next to the local power GATX 2122 and UP 692. The road power will be place on an eastbound later that day.
An EMD filled day around the railroad terminals in Atlanta continues as a Baltimore & Ohio-built GP38-2S shoves a cut of cars back at the far end of Tilford Yard.
Two of a kind: A duo of consecutively numbered and former L&N SD40-2's, both built in 1974, work the Tilford hump on a beautiful springlike day in Atlanta.
Bright sunshine, a stunning blue sky, and several inches of fresh snow cover the pine forests along the Moffat Route near Crescent. Even absent a train, the quiet scene illustrates the beauty of R... (more)
UP 3105, the boxcar, and caboose sit before the final bend into their permanent location in our Rail Giants Train Museum on this clear So. Cal day.
The Big Boy finally exits the fairgrounds and heads onto mainline track just before 3am.
A quartet of SD40-2 resting before being sent out from Montreal again. Oh the sound these make while idling together!
The old and new together. Alco unit #68 and SD70ACE #70 are paired up on a quiet Sunday afternoon.
A very worn out Alabama & Florida GP16 1612 along with Ft. Smith Railroad GP20 2002 and SF GP 20 2031 rest at the yard in downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas. The units have a prorating mark of PREX.
WAMX units 3804 and 3801 of the Kansas & Oklahoma sit on an industry spur track just east of Heavener, Oklahoma on a clear January afternoon at 12:02 pm.
High-speed train "Nevsky Express"