A couple of tunnel motors are being used to put together the CV Local to run to Price and then the CV Spur to do some local work. These two units were part of the dirt train earlier and are now pu... (more)
With all the rage of heritage units I thought I would dig this shot out of what the Alaska Railroad has for heritage units. Currently they have three left in this as delivered paint scheme. I hope... (more)
An eastbound (southbound) Wisconsin Central ore load crosses a small stream just north of the Highway 28 grade crossing at Theresa, Wisconsin, on July 23, 1995, led by a pair of EMD SD45s.
A good-sized 11-car train passes by a swamp on its approach into Farmingdale. The major industry supporting this line is Woodhaven Lumber in Lakewood, which will receive 10 of the 11 cars. The ... (more)
CSX 2313 switches a cut of covered hopper cars at Hancock in November 2000.
Condutor Tom readies the coach while Engineer Ray operates #9 into the station. Engineer Ray is known for his "hi-lows" of the steam whistle on the Cog Railway.
"Toys for Tots Special"
On a cold and rainy December day, one of the Susquehanna's two remaining SD45s is on the point of the first NYSW/USMC Toys-for-Tots train. The train has rea... (more)
Eastern & Oriental Express
"Movin' Along:" With the new passengers tucked away, MARC train P874 throttles up at Point of Rocks, MD as it hustles eastbound towards Washington D.C.
Once more down Memory Lane: A pair of equine pals graze contentedly as the southbound Northlander blasts by, blissfully unaware that in less than a month the train they had become so accust... (more)
NN 40 leads a photo freight across Steptoe Creek.
MMID 306 leads an eastbound UBEG past Reisterstown Lumber Co., as it is now less than a minute from entering the CSX interchange.
MMID 306 leads an eastbound UBEG past Barrick's stone yard, where the mty hoppers on the siding sit until the weather warms up.
MMID 306, the only blue and orange unit to receive the G&W MMID logo, leads UBEG east, its destination the CSX interchange in Emory Grove.