This is the pride-and-joy of Braunschweig's Transit Friends, a 1923-built 0-6-0. It is certified to go on the mainline, and with a train load of early 1900's coaches, it emulates a late Prussian t... (more)
The high drivers of this express steam locomotive sit pretty outside of the main station in Braunschweig. With ICE's roaring by daily, it is a nice reminder of what used to "really" roar by. There... (more)
This SW8 rests after a long day of passenger runs.
With the LSRM's vintage power tucked away, the BNSF ties on to the WPSX coal empties with modern day boring techo-toasters.
Crossing the Ryan Road north of Duluth, MN
Amtrak No. 452 arrives at Fullerton Depot with a train bound for San Diego.
A former ARMY Alco MRS-1 served the Bluegrass Railroad for many years hauling excursions, before coming to rest here at the museum entrance on static display.
Part of the old Southern RR LL branch in Versailles, KY this rail still serves it purpose supporting weekend excursions at the Bluegrass Railway Museum.
Los Angeles Railway car No. 3001 sits outside the car barn at Orange Empire Railroad Museum on a warm Sunday Afternoon in April.
Ventura County Railway Number 2 shoves a set of former Southern Pacific cars into the station at the Orange Empire Railroad Museum.
Powder River coal loads east on CSX's Willard Sub.
Headed back to Wyoming for more Powder River Basin coal. All coal trains through Deshler today had BNSF power.
Local power for the Omnitrax owned Fulton County Railway rest while awaiting their next assighnment in Fulco Yard. The property which was part of CSXT's Manchester Sub Division is on long term lea... (more)
The crew aboard this train wait for traffic to clear. Then they will yard this train, pick up a cut of cars and head back to Bellevue.
The Corman ingot train winds it's way northwest along the old L&N line just outside of Lexington, KY.