From the last order of new cabooses, Santa Fe 999574 trails a westbound auto train through Arizona's Coconino National Forest on April 3, 1989. The 999574 was a member of Santa Fe's Ce-11 class of... (more)
The track crossing is the B&OCT. Note the "control" shanty with its signals.
An aerial view of CN's former DM&IR roundhouse at Proctor.
Fire and Brimstone... heating the rails with a copious amount of coal and diesel fuel. With sledge hammer in hand, the hot rail is slowly knocked into place on a curved stretch crossing Straight C... (more)
C&O #2732 sits behind the Virginia Science Museum in Richmond.
The Union Pacific Pocatello, Idaho hump switcher grabs a cut of cars from the yard on July 28, 1980. This SD7 and yard slug team worked between June 1974 and November 1982 first in North Platte, N... (more)
A short Western Maryland freight train heads up the grade toward Connellsville, PA.
Southern Pacific's Arco, Colorado to Moapa, Nevada coal train changes crews at D-Street crossing in Helper on Aug. 17, 1996.
Santa Fe's original CF7 rebuild, 2649, the only one that retained the original F unit cab from which it was built rests side by side with an F unit which will eventually be transformed into a CF7 ... (more)
Crews from RJ Corman Derailment Services of Caseyville use two side boom tractors to lift a locomotive so a bad traction motor wheelset can be removed, at Union Pacific Railroad yards off West Ch... (more)
Power sits on the ready tracks at the engine house awaiting their next tour of duty.
"The First and Last time Leading on Home Rails"
After being away from home rails for nearly 10 years on a long term lease, the three NYS&W SD70M's had returned to the railroa... (more)
Just released from Mid America Car IAIS' newly painted unit sits on the ready track waiting for KCS to pick it up.
A westbound SP pig train was approaching Ferrum Jct near the shores of Salton Sea back when it was safe to swim in and a popular place to spend a weekend.
Daylight Return on the Southern - Yesterday, SA31 ran down the Southern Sec. with a single locomotive (see here)... (more)