Like monuments to Wilkes-Barre's former industrial glory, these two relics stand proud under a red sky.
The deactivated crossing guards the former LV/D&H crossover line at Butler Street in Wilk... (more)
On Sunday, August 11, a FCRD loaded coal train coming from the CSX interchange derailed just before the Bonneview Ave. railroad crossing. A total of six hoppers derailed, one of which turned over ... (more)
An eastward signal near Klondike, CA stands guard as the moon rises on a cloudy night in the Mojave Desert.
Another blue sky dawn greets these ancient Southern Railway signals in Cornelia, as this intermediate cantilever at MP-559.9 is on its final leg, soon to be replaced by the "Darth Vaders" in order... (more)
Up front in the consist of Canadian National train No. 302 are three loads of oversized, untreated wood poles loaded on TTX flatcars, that included the use of empty idler flats due to the extreme ... (more)
Bluefield Service, used for storing ties and scrap iron by the MOW trains. This ancient gondola has seen better days and shows the ravages of time.
Santa Fe all the way: The former Santa Fe depot in Amarillo, Texas, hasn’t been used by the railroad for many years but still looks great. On the street side, a Santa Fe neon sign still greats vis... (more)
The former Santa Fe depot in Amarillo, Texas, hasn’t been used by the railroad for many years but still looks great. The baggage room looks as though it is ready for travelers. Who knows, if(?) Am... (more)
A Southern caboose brings up the back end of another load
of southern Indiana coal as it heads east.
High hood SD 40-2 3290 leads a heavy coal train out of Speers Ferry, Virginia. Three additional radio controlled six axle units are cut in mid-train.
Three six axle units on the headend, three more mid train with the caboose bringing up the rear.
A southbound coal train passes Camp 2 on the old Clinchfield.
Archeologists have discovered a waggonway which dates back to 1780 underneath the demolished offices of a shipyard on the river Tyne. 30 metres have been unearthed some of which is having to be ke... (more)
Cooling off the roadbed after a heavy grind...
The Chama Yard looks much as it has for decades. Only the diesel on loan from the Colorado Railroad Museum gives away when this photo was taken.