The illuminated Amtrak sign invites passengers into the station at Pittsburgh, however the portion of the station in the background is now separate from the rail station and houses residential and... (more)
Philadelphia 30th Street Station is just one of many historic passenger stations still in use in this great country that gives such a feeling of grandeur both inside and out.
With the grain rush running full bore an Andersons Plymouth has a hold of a cut of cars while a local prepares to get underway with a large cut of grain hoppers and a grain train sits off to the r... (more)
This steel under frame caboose was built for the DM&IR RR in 1944 and was retired in the late 1970’s because of the introduction of all steel cars. It was purchased by Reserve Mining Co. and remo... (more)
A 14 year effort to preserve the Chicago & Alton Railroad Depot has come to end. Union Pacific has put the demolition project out to bid, it is now a matter of time before it comes down. One of t... (more)
Bankok Station or 2nd name is Hualampong.
The origin of many passenger train in Thailand.
On 3 - 5 December 2011, this station have the special event "SRT's Family for help the victims of flood ... (more)
Although the depot hasn't seen a scheduled Amtrak train since 1997, when Amtrak's Pioneer was discontinued, the doors still identify the building as the Amtrak Rail Passenger Station.
The sun comes across the rails on a cold November morning bringing with it another new dawn on the former Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railroad. Brand spanking new Wisconsin Central switch locks a... (more)
A clear signal shows on track one for westbound (geographical northbound) K178 at the west end of the Pemberville Center Siding. Luckily I took this exposure when I did, as cloud cover manifested... (more)
An old spur track from the Chicago & Alton Railroad that once led to the depot in the background is said to be the oldest Depot in Illinois. On May 5, 1865, Lincolns funeral train made an attempt ... (more)
Early Morning; Waitin' on a Train Snowflakes cling to cold steel rails waiting on the passing of CN 595 to whisk them off, as the sunrise kisses the far shore of Siding Lake.
On a sunny fall day in the Gorge on the UP side of the river, this westbound mixed freight is crossing one of the fills in this area of the Gorge.
Because flooding may make the railroad ruinous, The railway men have to take the small maintenance of work vehicle which runs on the flooded railroad difficultly for checking the track.
This old EMD was built in the 1940's and still soldiers on in service of the Toledo Kuhlman Bulk Material facility - in this shot grabing one car to take back into their facility for loading.