Uncommon power at milepost 488. Only three GP40P-2s were built by EMD and all originally went to SP. IHB 4010 was formerly SP 7600. Southern Pacific used it in commuter service between San Francis... (more)
Constructed from 1912 to 1916, New York's Hell Gate Bridge is, one hundred years later, still arguably the most beautiful railroad bridge in America. The entire bridge is 17,000-feet in length, bu... (more)
A Road & Rail Vehicle Hub Job is seen here spotting Auto Racks at the new Honda Vehicle Hub in Talladega, AL.
MMRR 2019, 2057 and 1216 lead Z627 south on CSX's Fremont subdivision, passing the Harlem siding and the West Michigan Mills CHS elevator.
Norfolk Southern Hotshot Intermodal 23E heads West through Riverside, AL. With a Grey KCS SD70ACe #4009 on the point. There's only a hand full of these KCS SD70ACe's left in the Grey scheme, so ge... (more)
Overhanging signboards and bamboo scaffolds are important components contributing to the unique street scenes in Hong Kong. No. 68 tram is rebuilt with reference to the 1920s' style (3rd Generati... (more)
The Boeing job finishes up the week with a ex-BN SD40-2, BNSF 1968. This nights train only had the fuselages. None of the skyboxes. The Boeing job pulls out these Boeing 737's from Spirit Aerosyst... (more)
With the Great Salt Lake in the back ground UP 844 and 1996 roll through the big cut at Erda, Utah.
Pere Marquette 1225 awaits its departure in a cloud of smoke and steam. Shortly afterwards the steam engine would depart for Ashley, carrying carloads of children on their way to meet Santa at the... (more)
WE 2699 pulling a train through Akron Ohio.
Carrying on the tradition of narrow gauge steam railroading along Eastern Oregon's Powder River, Engineer Eric Wunz is among the corps of die-hard volunteers who are the heart and soul of t... (more)
Southern trains to Savannah and Augusta, as well as Georgia Railroad mixed trains to Camak, had to cross several overpasses between Macon Junction and the river. The bridges, which carried the ... (more)
Dig those shiny number boards. Photo by Gary Zeitler.