Blue hour at the railway station at McAdam, New Brunswick, about an hour after the westbound departed towards Maine.
Boston Terminal Tower 1 and ranks of semaphores dating to 1899 glow in the night at Boston's South Station. A major reconstruction of the station and its approaches beginning two years after this ... (more)
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)
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 welder inside Union Pacific’s De Soto, Missouri, car shop repairs a freight car truck side frame on September 28, 2011. Even through a welders mask, there’s a slight resemblance to a famous joll... (more)
An old leftover from the N&W era, a PL style Dwarf, stands on the spur of Belews Creek Steam Station. This Dwarf stood for over 43 years at the yard entrance to the plant. It along with the north ... (more)
Freshly-minted grabirons, still glowing hot after being formed to shape by blacksmith David Ragsdale, rest on a nearby cooling rack inside Union Pacific’s car shop at Desoto, Missouri, on Septembe... (more)
Inside Union Pacific’s car shop at De Soto, Missouri, on September 29, 2011, blacksmith David Ragsdale shapes the end of a grabiron moments after removing it out of the electric furnace seen in th... (more)
NS train 27M, zooms past the still standing searchlight signals on the east end of Benton City Siding. TWC ABS territory
The property at Superior was still a tidy place in the autumn of 1967 on the onetime route of the Olympian Hiawatha.
The eastbound Mainstreeter is crossing Clark Fork Bridge at Bonner on this September 1967 portrait of the usual matched set of F9's doing the honors.
The Mainstreeter is captured on the Clark Fork Bridge westbound a few miles from it's Missoula stop.
The NP depot at the lonely outpost of Bonner looks sharp to passing patrons on NP passenger trains.
From onboard Pennsy's train #90, The South Wind, we get a highball from the rear brakeman aboard a NYC freight waiting in the hole. Burr Siding was south of Lebanon on PRR's I&F, and was improved ... (more)