This 750mm gauge truck is on display at the railway museum in Riga, Latvia. It used to work on a peat railway at Zilaiskains.
Former Gotthard locomotive Be 4/6 # 12320 from 1921 is leaving Sierre with a contemporary freight train including a car for passengers (mixed freight/passenger or GmP).
On a drizzly morning, 229 peaks the grade of Erlanger Hill under the GRS Searchlight signals. These 1940's built signals are falling fast, in a few weeks these signals will be gone, if you look c... (more)
An SP SD40R, an SP GP40-2 and a D&RGW GP40 lead a 41 car KCOAF through Spanish Fork Canyon on February 5, 1995.
BAR geep units sit dead in Selkirk, while CSX 5959 stands guard in front.
One of the great allures of the N&W west of Roanoke is the large amount of old railroad infrastructure. This coaling tower at Vicker is one of six I've found between here and Kenova.
RJC 3804 backs the RJ Corman Dinner Train into the glass passenger station behind Rupp Arena in Corman's Rupp Yard
The Pennsylvanian is one of the most routine Amtrak trains; one Phase V P42DC and 6 amfleets. However this weekend in October proved otherwise as the train featured the Phase III heritage unit, on... (more)
Denver Leadville & Gunnison No. 191 is the oldest steam locomotive in Colorado. Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia in early 1880, this engine moved gold and silver ore, coal, timber... (more)
An underpowered eastbound manifest crosses Two Medicine Bridge at East Glacier.
After a day of chasing a few trains on the Stampede and Yakima Valley sub, in mostly cloudy weather, the skies have finally cleared. The second to last train of the day rolls along the Yakima riv... (more)
A westbound Canadian National mixed manifest rounds the curves east of Spences Bridge along side of a very low Thompson River
Norfolk Southern 8105 leads roadrailer 261 down the "sag" in Beloit, Ohio on a chilly October afternoon.