Newly constructed and painted PRR gons are ready for their markings in this July 1952 scene at Altoona.
End of the line.
At the end of BNSF's Niobe Subdivision in Northgate, ND is the Boundary Line. It's not the boundary to Montana or Minnesota; but the International Border between the USA... (more)
The shell of a Milwaukee Road Hiawatha tail car grows older in the weeds at a small railroad park in western Minnesota.
Earlier today NS P1W sringlined a cut of empty flat cars and centerbeams while pulling around the K line wye in Greensboro, NC. Mid East Rail Services are on the scene and have just finished putti... (more)
Tug Cornell was built in 1949 at the Jakobson Shipyard in Oyster Bay, NY for the Lehigh Valley Railroad in New York City and was one of the Lehigh Valley Railroad's "Four Aces". It was built with ... (more)
A Brandt Peterbilt shoves loads of ties toward a MOW crew unloading from a Union Pacific bus. Note the extended mirrors, horn, front knuckle and brake pipe air hose on the truck.
An Amtrak train leaves its streak under the PRR signal at Racine Ave.
The tail end of CSX 4759 can be seen protruding from the deep ditch it ended up in after colliding with the Q641 on the morning of June27, 2013. Workers use a bit of good old fashion muscle power ... (more)
10N knocks down the signal at MP 211 caused a change from "clear" to "stop" on track 1.
One Hundred Years and Counting: This 100-year old 90 pound rail still in active use on the Old Curran Pass shows the longevity of railway capital investment. The poor condition of the rail... (more)
The moon had risen to just the right spot, looking almost like it was a part of the old B&O CPL signal.
Early morning at Pig's Eye yard just outside downtown St. Paul, MN finds a plethora of activity with a few yard jobs working, a BNSF transfer picking up cars and a BNSF oil train heading east.
Just like it has so many times before, this B&O CPL stands guard over the plant at South Deshler as a fiery sunrise takes place to the east.
Add this to your "must-see" list of Heritage units. Fresh from the Progress Rail paint shop and just in time for Tacoma Rail's annual Open house.