A eastbound empty grain at Maryhill with Mount Hood in the background.
A Westbound Z snakes along the Columbia at 64 MPH.
Log train on the Mole Creek line.......now closed
The newly restored 2'6" gauge Garrett at the depot
Crossing the Moonee Ponds creek viaduct
For a short time on Friday morning, Flagg Coal Co. 75, the only visiting steamer at TrainFestival 2004, towed around an Ohio Central caboose.
Southern Crescent catches first light of day as it stretches out across Lake Hartwell after making a 6:35 a.m. stop at Clemson
Soutbound Richmond-Willow Springs, led by new-liveried ES44DC BNSF7695, coupled behind BNSF4894, NS9203, BNSF5236
750 is sun bathing for a bit before slipping back into the display building.
Grain loads for Rocky Mount, NC break the silence enroute Clifton Forge.
Light power heads south under U.S. 119/250 and will retrieve coal off the Berryburg branch.
A northbound (westbound) drops downgrade near Caliente, CA on a hazy March 10, 2005
Grain train power laying over basks in the late evening sun.
Algoma Central 1752 in a classic ABA F unit combination pulls a National Railroad Musuem special excursion through Rock, Michigan on the former Chicago and Northwestern Ore Line.
Algoma Central 1752 in a classic ABA F unit combination pulls a National Railroad Musuem special excursion through Eagle Mills Junction on its journey from Ishpeming, Michigan to Green Bay, Wiscon... (more)