The Lackawanna Railroad left its mark behind high above the cobblestone courtyard of their waterfront terminal at Hoboken.
This 141 lb. steel rail that once guided many heavy MRL trains, over the
Greenhorn Trestle in Mullan Pass, is now nothing more then scrap. The rail head has been severely damaged in a short time... (more)
On Saturday morning 13 February 2016, a work crew was grinding rails, when sparks ignited the trestle. Attempts were made to extinguish the fire, but clearly that was unsuccessful. To the best of ... (more)
"Our Greatest Asset Is People," as noted at the bottom of the unique old Chessie Shops sign in Cumberland.
Lackawanna Railroad Warehouse Sign
The Lackawanna Railroad warehouse sign is shown proudly displayed high over Jersey city only a few blocks from Hoboken terminal and right... (more)
Not certain what happened here, but this tank car sits along the siding in Sabalon CA on the Arizona & California, in a location only accessible by dirt roads. Kind of look like my room did when I... (more)
The Silver Solarium brings up the tail end of the SP 4449's excursion to Bend, Oregon.
Steam crane demonstration during the Nevada Northern Winter Photo Spectacular 2014.
After an early winter blizzard dumping nearly 25" of snow and ice onto the former N&W Clinch Valley District subsides, Norfolk Southern crews were hard at work clearing the mainline to reopen... (more)
The veteran Wabash signals still stand guarding the west side of CP Dawn. Having survived two mergers and over 50 years, their time for replacement has come, with NS opting to replace them as they... (more)
The Delaware and Hudson caboose track at Whitehall, NY
The former Santa Fe depot in McGregor, TX now serves Amtrak, with the signage a testament to the various passenger service operators on this line.
1st No. 9 is northbound at Searchmont Station and will be getting orders from Agent-Operator Bill F.
"DB Eastbound Homeboard"
A dark signal stands guard along a dead railroad on a gloomy day in the Kearny meadows. After only three years since the last train passed throug... (more)
RPCX 2970 is a former Long Island railroad car that had been in service for San Luis & Rio Grande in Colorado. Following a truck vs train collision in 2006, you can still see the impact spot on th... (more)