Part of the end of the Milwaukee Road from the bankruptcy(1978) to the end(1985) was the amount of dead lines of equipment that were being cut-up to pay immediate bills such as wages for Union and... (more)
Taconite pellets are not the only thing that steam in the winter as these gondolas full of hot metal shavings show in March of 2014. The Gons are in a scrapyard in Racine, one of the few industrie... (more)
NYAR 105&106 are going home to the LIRR
Farewell, Old Friend
The Lehigh Valley Railroad was the local mainline road when I was learning photography in the mid-1970's. While the newer GP38-2’s and U23B’s drew the hotter ... (more)
For a short distance, Ervin Road and the WV Secondary occupy almost the same space, with the former taking the high ground. You can just make out the road in this shot, towering over the S-curve.
Union Pacific 2914 pulls into a yard track behind the Green River depot with high-wide loads all on Santa Fe flat cars.
Promo Shot of the Company Limousine Belonging to the President of the Pacific Imperial Railroad - The limousine of the president of the PIR sits parked in a front row parking space near ... (more)
That new locomotive smell... cab view of a brand new ACS-64.
"Thorough Locomotive Truck Wash" One of New York & Atlantic Railway's Senior MofE Mechanics, gets down and dirty to thoroughly clean the under body of GP38-2 271. NYAR's MofE crew takes loc... (more)
C&NW 6703 brings a loaded ore train into the receiving yard in Escanaba. These units really looked good in ore service.
30 years anniversary of the Cuneo-Vintimiglia line
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Alco PA-2 No.155A. The Katy owned 6 Alco PA-1 2000hp units built in 1949, and 8 PA-2 2250hp units built in 1950-51. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer l... (more)
CN 366 are en-route for his overnight trip to Senneterre
We Have All Been Here BeforeWhen many railfans think of the Southern Pacific, they think of dirty, run-down locomotives. But this was generally not the case with the SP - not until... (more)