The signs of neglect and obsolescence come with being part of a fallen flag. Now this boxcar is on display at the Virginia Transportation Museum.
Pieces of 18G's December derailment are still visible at CP Conpit.
Early Conrail; switching at Suffern
A string of Southern Pacific Hy-Cube's are seen here in the Stuttgart Yard on the Jonesboro Sub.
Plain and simple for a crossing on this dirt road near Earle, Arkansas. A 4x4 post, stop sign, strip of reflective tape and a crossbuck to let you know to look both ways before proceeding.
This boxcar was sat off in the siding because of a shifted load. The lever has been busted clean off
This UP B-50-17 box car was sitting along a siding in the yard. Worn and battered, she still proclaims her commitment to the Road of the Streamliners. Marketing has come a long ways in the last fi... (more)
Only a few of the old steel sided box cars are left with the famous "Be Specific — Ship Union Pacific" logo are left. These single door 50 footers with roof walks are missed by some, including me.
The blur of a UP boxcar is seen at the Somerville Road crossing in Moscow, Tennessee. (ISO 100, 1/50, f/32)
Note the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific logos !
The veteran Milepost 215 survived the derailment of two trains there on October 30, 2004. It stands guard in front of two damaged Canadian National boxcars.
A severely damaged Grand Trunk Western boxcar sits on the ground, having derailed October 30, 2004.