End of an era. After serving the Boston & Maine and it's successors since 1957, the GP9 era on the B&M is coming to an end. Parked at the extreme western end of the former Boston & Maine, the 2 Pa... (more)
The westbound freight train across the NP route is carrying some coal motors and some odd ball head end power as they make their way towards Glendive. If you like alittle something of everything, ... (more)
Two BN SD60Ms and an old ex-Oakway SD60 lead a coal train over the Missouri River Bridge at Bismarck, ND, the morning in September 2004. This bridge links Mandan (crew change and service point) wi... (more)
A thick winter fog off Long Island Sound hangs over the New Haven Railroad's Cedar Hill engine terminal in New Haven, CT, days after the Penn Central takeover. In the foreground are a trio of EF-4... (more)
67028 and 50042 depart Bodmin General hauling the 13:05 to Bodmin Parkway on Friday 21st September 2018
Spring is in full swing as a NS local heads towards Jefferson City for some switching with a classic NS high hood on the lead.
Huntsville and Madison County Railroad Authority B39-8 8539 is stopped between switching moves at the south end of the railroad's yard in downtown Huntsville, AL.
On the north side of BNSF’s Alliance yard in Nebraska on May 23, 2014, sit Burlington Northern GE C30-7 Nos. 5549 and 5545. Both were heavily used in coal service for for much of their lives, but ... (more)
The end of a short rail spur in tiny Hensler, North Dakota, on BNSF’s Zap Subdivision branch line out of Mandan has an unique end-of-track bumper. I’ve never seen one used this way, and I’m not su... (more)
NKP 765 blasts through Tinley Park after a weekend of excursions between Joliet and downtown Chicago.
NKP 765 storms out of New Lenox with the Joliet Rocket.
A pair of IC SD40-3s have shoved another train up .99% grade of Byron Hill. Once the come to a stop, they will cut away and head back to Shops in Fod Du Lac.
No open house today, during the Frontier Days run, but they did have this little item outside.
“Are You Doing Your Part (?)”CS/WM caboose (90)1803, in the green safety paint scheme, along with CS/WM (90)1863 (partly visible) in standard Chessie System attire, gets a Sunday off, a... (more)