STE 678 runs around its train at the Broadway Complex after picking it up from the UP interchange.
Farewell to Number 4. In preparation for her last operating day, Monson Railroad Locomotive #4 slowly builds pressure just outside the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company's shop building on... (more)
New kid on the block. Signs of the new ownership are evident as 1402 sits among the fleets older locomotives.
The four engines are lined up for the test-shoot before the Streamliners event at the end of May. ACL 501 has actually been pulled out of the roundhouse for the event, representing one of the two ... (more)
While preparing to move NCTM's Southern GP30 from a roundhouse track to the turntable, the engineer starts up the EMD, shooting a could of smoke into the sky. Far above is a crescent moon, which i... (more)
Farewell to Number 4. With the FRA Form 4 on Monson Railroad Locomotive #4 about to expire, the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company and Museum decided to bring her out of the engine house o... (more)
Train #17 "Karelia"
Train #3 "Express"
Just in time for the NCAA Basketball “Sweet Sixteen” game on March 28, Paducah & Louisville parked their SD70MACs painted for the University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville at their ... (more)
It's March Madness and in honor of the University of Kentucky winner of the 2012 NCAA basketball championship and the University of Louisville the 2013
champion the Paducah & Louisville gathered ... (more)
Built in 1965 as SP 1620, then quickly renumbered to 2285, this Locomotive worked yards and terminals all over the American West before settling down in Richmond, CA during the mid 80's. It then m... (more)
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.