A pair of Warbonnet GEs bracket a pair of GP60Bs on a pig train passing by Joliet Union Station. Notice the paint already peeling off of the nose of the lead unit. Bob Zwiers photo.
Stormy skies have pushed off to the east and brilliant afternoon sunshine has prevailed as a westbound metallurgic coal train passes underneath the "Silo Bridge" carrying CR 75 over the Garrett Su... (more)
F7A RPCX #6691 sits with its partner RPCX #6690 in the CSX/NS Interchange Yard waiting on NS to pick them up and take them to Motive Power and Equipment Solutions in Greenville, SC, where they wou... (more)
Fresh out of West Milwaukee Shops for the first and last time Milwaukee Road's first box cab is ready after having cosmetic restoration at West Milwaukee Shops before heading to the Duluth Museum.
Chessie System stack train headed south passes the old Ashford tower.
An incredibly friendly crew waves excitedly as they run Amtrak’s westbound Southwest Chief #3 into the small community of Rowe, NM. Today’s train features BNSF #6016 as the lead locomotive, it was... (more)
CN 4785 leads CN 527 through Montreal West. Of note is the painted plow on this engine. Trailing are a pair of GP9's (CN 7250 & CN 7054). For more train photos, click more)
A J train crosses the East River on the Williamsburg Bridge. The suspension cables visible behind the train make for a unique scene given how uncommon rail traffic on suspension bridges is elsewhe... (more)
Westbound between Detriot and Grand Rapids on CSX's Plymouth Sub, train Q327 crosses the Thornapple River Bridge near Whitneyville, MI on a beautiful late summer day. Led by an ex B&O GP38 still i... (more)
Ja 1271 sits at the Dannevirke station while the passengers have a chance to get out and stretch their legs.
A remote control engineer performs a systems check before sending the pair into the 36th Street Yard.
Chessie System stack train headed west passed cp draw .
Ja 1271 crosses the Otaki river on its way back to Paekakariki after spending the weekend in Napier at the Art Deco festival.
An era sadly gone from American railroading is depicted in this scene of cabooses of two L&N freights passing at Appalachia, VA in 1974 during a light snow fall. The train in the siding (left) is ... (more)