An N-11E transfer caboose, still in its original Penn Central Deepwater Green paint scheme is westbound out of Lancaster, having just come off the Columbia Branch. The crewman on the leading plat... (more)
BJ Tower was the interlocking station that controlled Rutherford Junction. This small concrete tower was responsible for the connection between the Erie's Main Line and ... (more)
A Rio Grande signal maintainer does routine maintenance and testing of the east switch at Steamboat, Colorado, on the Craig Branch on the morning of September 9, 1992.
On a foggy Christmas night, a street light in the distance somewhat silhouettes the Marion CPL which hasn't seen a train all day. The Christmas lights are still twinkling at the house in the dista... (more)
America's industrial past, in a scene scanned from a slide from the collection of the late George "Whitey" Nagle. The photo shows a hopper train on what is today's NS Harrisburg Line, p... (more)
With the upper signal mast of the West Tennessee Pass siding signal now gone— it’ll be a while, or forever—before the next eastbound train gets a high green cresting the summit of one of Colorado’... (more)
"The Dark Side of the Depot"
A view of Hoboken Terminal less often seen.
"Hoboken Terminal Yards"
The entire yard seen from above.
An Artifact of Times Long Past - [Winter Solstice Study 2015] - A old Santa Fe CE-1 Cab sits out in the sage near the old schoolhouse in Goffs. The Goffs Schoolhouse is a historic school ... (more)
Additional snow over the Christmas holiday has a BNSF crew cleaning out of the switches in the yard at Essex, Montana, on December 26, 2007.
View from the 126 meter high "Prime Tower" (Zürich's highest building) towards WNW (west north west) with Altstetten (left), Schlieren and Spreitenbach in the far distance. In the middle on the ri... (more)
Wassen village with the famous church from the 18th century by night, with light traces of trains on the Gotthard line and cars on the Susten pass road.
NS caboose #555703 is still in service as of 2015 and assigned to Bremen, GA, where is it used by NS local G66.
Looking directly down the center of the massive 20-track train shed of the CNJ's Jersey City Terminal where tracks 10 and 11 used to lay.
"A Station in Ruins"
Debris from the roof litters the abandoned platforms. As each year passes the old depots historic sheds fall into greater disrepair. While contractor... (more)