A brand new right of way. VIA 65 is westbound through the St-Henri neighbourhoood of Montreal on a brand new roadbed and brand new tracks. Until just a couple of weeks ago CN's Montreal sub... (more)
NYC bound Amtrak and North Pole bound SNC. The relatively small Saratoga station is packed on the inside and busy on the outside in advance of the Christmas Holiday. A slightly early Amtrak 68, th... (more)
One of NJ Transit's GPs helps push Metro North passengers across the Moodna viaduct towards Hoboken, NJ on a Spring afternoon.
Evening descends on the festively decorated Saratoga Station with the Polar Express patiently waiting for passengers to arrive for a trip to the North Pole. A special thanks goes out to fellow rai... (more)
The newest Veterans Unit skirts the Pacific Ocean through San Clemente.
The first northbound train for the Grand Canyon navigates its way out of Williams on a bright spring morning in Arizona's high country.
I Believe It Now. Last year when they announced that the Grafton & Upton would use MBTA coaches for Polar Express duty, local railfans were asking if there would be MBTA power as we... (more)
The Saratoga Station (opened in 2004 by CDTA and serving Amtrak, S&NC, and several bus lines) is nicely decorated for the Holiday Season. In the background the 2015 S&NC Polar Express loads passe... (more)
An Amtrak train from Portland, Ore., crosses the Columbia River into Vancouver, Wash. The Amtrak station is located adjacent to the bridge.
The Ocean has just left the station in Moncton and is now underway for Sackville and further points east.
Heading into the low morning sunshine at Tunnel 1 on January 21, 2001, the Rio Grande Ski Train is just about to enter Tunnel 1 east of Plainview, Colorado.
It's a chilly -32 without wind chill as CN 105 with the southbound ACR train to Sault Ste. Marie awaits departure while the Ontario Northland yard job makes up an eastbound train for Cochrane.
CSX Presidents Train Highballing past the Inglefield Township.
No stop today......
The Rio Grande Ski Train turns on the wye at Tabernash, Colorado, on a bright February 9, 2001. Rio Grande colors Aspen gold and silver of the popular train always looked pretty good in the snow, ... (more)