EMD SDL39, former Milwaukee Road, SOO line, and Wisconsin Central (lightweight and experimental version of the SD39, but uses a GP38's body and frame with the SD39's engine), unit D-2345 now worki... (more)
An unusual visitor to these parts of the US, New York Central heavyweight passenger car "Portland" takes up the rear of 11 as it goes under the MP 377 signal bridge for the last time, as the signa... (more)
GTW 5941 used for the nightly Kalamazoo Local on the Former GTW Kalamazoo Spur now CN Rail, Engineer/Conductor: Aaron Schlegel is behind the throttle this night as he descends the grade down towar... (more)
This high nose geep has its prime mover torn apart for some major work. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
The 946 gets a favorable signal to proceed into the station and be added to a morning departure, while an HHP waits its turn at the next signal bridge. Photo taken on RR property with permission ... (more)
An SP manifest reaches Mojave after sunset.
Sometimes you just get lucky! During a visit to Western Maryland's Cumberland Station on the night of September 21st, for instance, I was fortunate to come across a nice assortment of WM p... (more)
Extra Yadkin Valley Railroad power lays over at Donaha in the wee hours of the morning. Up front EX-SP SD40T-2 #6003 and far back EX-CN GP40-2LW #9554. The mixing of fog coming from the Yadkin Riv... (more)
At East Minneapolis yard awaiting make up of eastbound Roadrailers
Tennessee Central Railway Museum's L&N GP7 rests outside the museum's shops. Photo taken with permission.
Shortly after sunrise on a misty morning
Situated between two mainlines of the former Baltimore and Ohio RR stands the 1873 B&O Station at Point of Rocks, MD designed by E Francis Baldwin. The scene was captured in January 2013 and lit b... (more)
Opening Weekend. The first MBTA Cape Flyer to Hyannis slowly retreats across the iconic lift bridge over the Cape Cod Canal, returning to Boston on the first day or service.
Lerro Productions held a night photo secession featuring among several locomotives Western Maryland Scenic's 2-8-0 with Viscose Company #6 and Flagg Coal #75.