We're inside the long-gone Union Junction Tower at 2:44 p.m., with the op facing the Union Switch & Signal electro-pneumatic Model 14 interlocking machine, installed in 1935. The tower, built in ... (more)
A Gettysburg Railroad RS-36 and a chop-nose Geep sit out the weekend near the college grounds. No. 70 was built as the NKP 870 in 1962, and was later renumbered to 2870 by the NW. Alco built onl... (more)
Another for the "great things like this happen all the time" file. A quick five minute stop in Fillmore turned into an all-out event when, on this quiet Sunday with no scheduled trains, their ex-... (more)
A "Conrail Quality" GP10 rests at the 16th Street Yard, Christmas Eve, 1992. This locomotive was originally built as a GP9 for the New York Central in October, 1955, and was upgraded by... (more)
It's a nice spring Friday morning and the SCXY crew is done for the day already, having brought their train up to Hinckley for interchange with the BNSF. They sometimes will park their power on t... (more)
The West Absolute Signals show a double-clear in Hurricane as a thunderstorm moves in from the west during an early July evening.
Nevada Northern's #40 has been ferrying us around since 5 am, as it makes a stunning run-by under a fantastic winter sky.
Sunset on the Pemberville Sub at Pemberville. Classic ex-C&O hardware is still in full use here. No signs of a signal gang in this area anytime soon. Pemberville is located 10 miles south of Walbr... (more)
N&W 611 takes during a brief pause between museum train runs. The small American flags are a nice touch as the world remembers the terrible morning of September 11, 2001 some 15 years ago.
N&W 611 pulls through the switch at the north end of the NCTM property and heads toward the roundhouse to take a quick spin on the turntable and rest for the night.
On a late summer afternoon in the late 1950s, the daily passenger train pulls up to the semaphore displaying a stop aspect. The train will unload before heading south to its final destination. In ... (more)
The classic Norfolk & Western CPL at "Marion" stands tall and proud as the western sky gives way to a beautiful sunset.
A friendly conductor gives a wave to the photographer on this westbound manifest train on the BNSF Staples Subdivision.
The afternoon Northstar has just left the Ramsey station and will stop at Elk River before reaching its destination of Big Lake.