A new addition to the Avery County Museum, ET&WNC caboose 505. After being used as a fishing cabin for many years it was decided that the relic's proper home would be next to the former Linville d... (more)
This eastbound BNSF freight will roll into the siding at Pulga for a meet with a westbound UP freight a short time after this photo was taken.
50 years ago to-day a visit to Ersrtfeld depot found withdrawn C 5/6 four-cylinder compound 2-10-0 No 2976 awaiting a tow to the breakers yard. This engine had been converted to oil burning in 195... (more)
NS 1111 the Bar-code unit passes eastbound over Historic Manatawny Bridge just as the sunrise came over the horizon.
Photo by Shawn A Leightcap
A southbound CSX coal train emerges from Sykes Mill Tunnel on the former Clinchfield.
East Tennessee Railway's one and only unit, SW1200 Nş214 stands tall and ready to serve in Johnson City, Tn. The unit has been able to escape the GWI corporate orange livery, for now.
UP 4814 leads three more SD70Ms around the tight curve in downtown Tacoma with a Seattle bound stack train. UP runs on BNSF trackage at this location and will return to its own rails in about one ... (more)
With a pair of SD70MAC's and a GP38-2 for power, loads for LG&E's Cane Run plant head north at Summit. The two 70MAC's are painted up to honor back-to-back NCAA basketball champions - 2013 Univers... (more)
E.655 165 passes Monterosso as it hauls a northbound freight train...
A train from Oued Zem to Casablanca loaded with phosphate approaches Khouribga with leading E 1118 and E 1202 at the rear end. Overall weight of this train is 4800 tons.
ex UP 4118, exx MP 3118, nee MP 819. Renumbered to UP 8929, then became JTPX 9999, then Ag Valley Co-op 2002.
A westbound stack train crosses the Susquehanna River on an unusually comfortable August afternoon.
With the plan of getting into Boyles yard not happening anytime soon, Z390 decides to uncouple from its train and go work a customer on its line instead of waiting for hours like it usually does a... (more)
A traction relic! Iowa Traction No. 54 switches the AGP plant in Mason City. The locomotive was built in May 1923 and has been running under wires for nearly a century.