122 028 passes techlovice whilst hauling a southbound LKW Walter intermodal train along the east bank of the River Elbe, 29 April 2015
Union Pacific 6772 and 7332 have helped push an ethanol train in to the Stillwater Central RR yard in Oklahoma City.
Norfolk & Western Heavy Weight Coach #1807
Yet another example of the extensive collection of rolling stock at the Monticello Railway Museum. Oddly, this former Wabash heavy weight coach... (more)
Milwaukee Road NW2 #1649
This engine was built in 1947 and arrived at the Monticello Railway Museum in 2000. It's restoration (it is operable) was completed in late 2003. Just one of ma... (more)
Lincoln Sand & Gravel Co. #44
This engine was built in 1940 by the Davenport Locomotive Co for Morrell Meatpacking. It was one of only 7 44 toners of this style. It was donated to the M... (more)
Green Bay and Western RS-20 #308
This engine was one of four Alco RS-3's (built in 1955) which were rebuilt with a 2000 horsepower generator and a low front nose by the GB&W's Norwood Sho... (more)
NJ Transit 4101, an ex-CNJ Geep, heading west on the Main Line.
Brand new BNSF 7927 leads an eastbound doublestack train out of the confines of Abo Canyon. Due to track maintenance work at Abo, the train would be stopped for a while to let three westbounds pa... (more)
Hello Ma? It's me - I'm in Monticello!
Former Pennsylvania Railroad E8A, built by EMD November of 1952, sits undergoing restoration at one of Monticello Railway Museums shops. This form... (more)
Monticello Railway Museum's Canadian National No. 6789 FPA-4 bursts through a tunnel of trees en route to downtown Monticello.
Coupled up and ready to pull it's train to the CSX Interchange in Pelzer. Ugly Duckling ex-BNSF, ex-ATSF GP30 4203 is at the Ethanol unloading just before the rain clouds move in.
The UP Troy Grove job going through Dekalb on the UP Troy Grove Sub.
Outbound train is departing from Buenos Aires station.
Monticello Railway Museum's Canadian National No. 6789 FPA-4 leads a passenger excursion around a bend and on into downtown Monticello, IL on a beautiful September day.