Paint scheme on the former Chicago gallery cars matches the locomotive nicely!
Earlier today NS P1W sringlined a cut of empty flat cars and centerbeams while pulling around the K line wye in Greensboro, NC. Mid East Rail Services are on the scene and have just finished putti... (more)
The Station to Station special train heads west as it splits the semaphores at MP 706.1 Robinson, NM on 9/17/13. Milwaukee Road Skytop observation lounge "Cedar Rapids" is the rear car of the trai... (more)
Union Pacific 7433 clings to the cliffs of the Feather River Canyon as it brings a long manifest through Elephant Butte, California.
The Wabash Heritage engine is doing some wandering these days! The photogenic SD70ACe was the first Heritage engine to visit the D&H North End. Witness the sight of 1070 passing the ex-D&H station... (more)
The photo was taken in the quartz sand pit owned by ZAO "Quartzit". This enterprise is a part of a big old mine holding that has made a bad break in the middle of 2000th.
There is Takraf ERs-71... (more)
"MMC Family Day" offered an opportunity to witness the capabilities of NJ Transit's primary maintenance facility up close and personal. A two-unit set of Arrows are displayed raised on a lift, wi... (more)
Coke loads from Clairton to the blast furnaces at Edgar Thomson pop out of the 1919 built tunnel at Dravosburg in the midst of a thunderstorm.
Still looking brand new! Photo taken with permission.
A Tunnel Motor? In Vermont? Yup! Here is 323 running behind SD 40T-2 3317 wearing the orange, black & yellow of parent G&W passing through a favorite location in Randolph at 02:08.
One Hundred Years and Counting: This 100-year old 90 pound rail still in active use on the Old Curran Pass shows the longevity of railway capital investment. The poor condition of the rail... (more)
This door has been not used by a trainman since the fall of the once mighty Rock Island Lines. The door is located on the South side of the old "Rock Shop" now owned by National Railway Equipment... (more)
Splish Splash The weight of a passing boxcar creates some interesting water action under a joint on the mainline.