NS 957 passes the Old Dixie Mill in Downtown Lexington heading back south towards Spencer.
Santa Fe’s Train 15 Texas Chief derailed at Lomax, Illinois at speed, cars separating but fortunately none turned over, Nov. 2, 1967. It was caused by a broken wheel on a coach some 2.5 miles be... (more)
The type E couplers of two covered hoppers are held tight against each other as they roll through the gooseneck. From this vantage point it’s easy to see the spacious flat space provided at the e... (more)
NS 957 rolls under the classic Southern signals at Thomasville on the return leg of its trip to the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
A Union Pacific XCLX (Xcel Energy) coal train passes through Eisele (formerly Clay), Colorado, on the afternoon of June 9, 2013. Waiting for the eastbound is a coal empty sitting at Rocky siding d... (more)
A well dressed quartet of blue and gold Motive Power Industries SD40s pull a Utah Railway coal train into Provo Yard on July 9, 1991.
The coach yard at Kansas City, Mo. was operated by the Kansas City Terminal Ry. and on this Feb. 22, 1967 passenger or baggage cars from SP, ATSF, CRI&P, MP, UP, KCS, MILW, GN, CB&Q and SLSF could... (more)
Back in 1990, a 750mm gauge 0-8-0, PX48 class, heads a very short freight near Gniezno.The load consists of a single standard gauge wagon, between the loco and caboose.
Norfolk & Western Heavy Weight Coach #1807
Yet another example of the extensive collection of rolling stock at the Monticello Railway Museum... (more)
Santa Fe’s famous warbonnet perhaps looked best on an Alco PA, as Mail Train 4 arrived Kansas City Union Depot with PA 74, Oct. 30, 1966. An ATS (Automatic Train Stop) shoe is on the 3rd axle wh... (more)
Engineer Steve Lee is at the throttle of Union Pacific 4-6-6-4 No. 3985 as it approaches Tremain, Wyoming, on UP’s Yoder Subdivision, on September 23, 2003.
ETR (Elettro Treno Rapido, maximum speed 250 km/h) at the station Reggio di Calabria wait for scrapping
After stopping to let crews perform an inspection, the J-Class #611 builds up a head of steam as it rolls under the milepost 316 intermediate signals at Lexington.