WMSR 734 prepares for the days work whilst she sits at the coal conveyor in Ridgeley, WV. Who knows when the engine will be back in service at this rate.
For the past year, #60 has been at Plymouth slowly going thru some work, which now includes a chopped short hood. While it is typically in the shed, another pony needed the stable, so it was push... (more)
The "number board" a simple part of a locomotive, yet important in many ways. This specific number (4035) belongs to a locomotive in the CSXT fleet. Providing similar info as a social security nu... (more)
Ontario Southland Engineer Joe Dennis has the 1000 Woodstock Job under his control at 25 MPH with interchange traffic from the CPR at Woodstock.
Service is over for these old rails. Produced in 1940 by Thyssen (Germany), these rails were then used for childern railway in Kharkov until these days. Now they are being replaced by newer soviet... (more)
This display rests in downtown Fort Meade, lettered on the other side for engineer Buford Brown 3/30/30 - 8/14/10. While the locomotive never ran for Mosaic, it was repainted after IMC/Agrico cha... (more)
An old GE critter works in the snow at the Gavilon facility in New Carlisle as the sun pops out.
Under a fiery sunrise, the signal at the west end of Amherst is lit for CN Q120's arrival, who are a few miles away.
A pair of geeps with a trio of Boeing cargo cars sitting along the coastline of Edmonds on a cold, but beautiful morning. I find it very humorous that a Washington license plate was attached to th... (more)
BNSF 6922 pulls a stack train through the many fields of Missouri.
Good morning! The sun rises over these two hard working Geeps enjoying a well-earned day off along with the crew and employees of the Aiken Railway.
CTA's Holiday Train make a brief stop at the abandoned California Ave station on the Blue Line in the middle of I290.
The daily 7am ETR job works the interchange yard with CP in Windsor, ON. ETL 104 is an ex IC SW14 as evident by the unique cab.
TTX’s unique logo has been recently applied to a freshly-repainted Union Pacific autorack at the De Soto car shop in Missouri on September 29, 2011.
A Union Pacific autorack gets painted Armour yellow at the railroad’s car shop at De Soto, Missouri, on September 28, 2011.