Photo was taken through an open window from inside the interlocking tower in 1979. The westbound train is passing through Willow Creek Junction on the Garrett Subdivision. I thought the old B&O ca... (more)
The B063 has just finished laying rail for the day and is shoving backwards to the siding at FS, where it'll tie down for the evening. Lucky for me, this train would spend the better part of the n... (more)
A yard crew out of Andover Yard shoves "Big Red" empties along the ex-Southern's St. Charles branch. The empties are destined to Holton, located on a short spur off the branch near Exete... (more)
CNW caboose 10367 trails a southbound freight on CNW's New Line in Oak Creek, WI in July of 1987. The train has just passed under HWY 100, also know as Ryan Road. The pole line just visible in the... (more)
Amid rusting narrow gauge trucks and hoppers, a Fall Spectacular photo freight turns on the wye in Rockhill Yard.
BN 10352 which has been on display for a couple decades in Wenatchee recently had its exterior restored to BN colors. The caboose was a 1960 product of Burlington's Havlock Shops in Lincoln, NE, c... (more)
A rising full moon and moving clouds highlight this evening's blue hour as it begins to illuminate over the famous Spirit of B&O caboose currently sitting at the north end of the West Point siding... (more)
CNW bay window caboose 11134 rests in the North Fond Du Lac, WI yard with 7 mates in March of 1968. Bob Ferge original from my collection.
A Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad train pauses briefly next to the siding at Big Horn, New Mexico, in August 1979. Bringing up the rear of the train is caboose No. 05635. This car was a former Ri... (more)
Spring wildflowers are blooming on Tehachapi as a 55-car westbound Santa Fe freight drops into Caliente, California.
A cab waits on ex-L&N trackage at Appalachia. The ex-L&N track extends to the Paragon loader near Kelly View. When shoving a train of empties to the loader, the cab is utilized for the reverse mov... (more)
The BNSF still uses a caboose as seen here, with the remote engineer backing down a short freight into the yard.
A Colorful End: Tri-State Railway Historical Society President Mike Del Vecchio looks on from the rear of Lackawanna Caboose #896, as the last photo stop for a Tri-State Railway Historical ... (more)
Rio Grande narrow gauge caboose No. 0540 sits in front of the station at Durango, Colorado. When this photo was taken in August 1979, Rio Grande still owned and operated the branch to Silverton.