As of this date, only three of Amtrak's new "Cities Sprinter" ACS-64 locomotives are in revenue service, but they continue to operate regularly between Washington, DC and New York City. Northeast... (more)
Burlington Northern Railroad leased power from both General Motors' Electro-Motive Division (Oakway SD60s) and General Electric Leasing (LMX B39-8Es). When the BN merged with Santa Fe, LMX units ... (more)
Soo 2500A idles outside the shop building prior to helping move a stored coal train off the North Shore Scenic Railroad.
Steam returns to the museum in Winter Garden for the first time since 1983. The depot, built in 1913 for the Tavares & Gulf Railroad, became the Central FL Railroad Museum, opening in 1983. The ... (more)
Built in 1915 the picture shows "Retiro Mitre" station,the most thundering railway station of the city but with many less trains those years. Actually have two branch local lines and four long dis... (more)
During a night photo test-session for the upcoming "Streamliners" event, four of North Carolina Transportation Museums "star" diesels pose outside the Bob Julian Roundhouse on a very pleasant Spri... (more)
The 3rd ACS-64 delivered to Amtrak leads train 159 past the tower at Princeton Jct on the Northeast Corridor.
Milwaukee Road's Rail Detector 804 was the last new detector truck the Milwaukee purchased to replace their old detector cars.
Storming past the historic N&W depot on the return trip from Radford.
Days before the end of ferry service by EL the commuters from Hoboken disembark at Barclay St. for their jobs. Most commuters who made the daily trek from New Jersey were already using PATH train... (more)
The Signal box need more space
The 921 heads "up the street."