From one E to another: Looking at the nose of Iowa Pacific E9A #100 through the nose of #101.
Stone Mountain Scenic Railroad FP7 #6143 leads train 100 around the world's largest single piece of exposed granite, at Stone Mountain Park near Atlanta, Georgia.
Metra's new F59PH number 97 leads a "scoot" away from the city towards the coach yard during the morning rush.
SLRG 101 appears to be leading, but is actually the rear of a train of 9 cars, with another A and B unit leading through Fox Lake, Illinois, on their way towards Middleton, Wisconsin, along the Wi... (more)
SLRG 103 leads a B-unit, 9 cars, and another A-unit through Fox Lake, Illinois, on their way towards Middleton, Wisconsin, along the Wisconsin & Southern mainline.
Four TTI B36-7s (5815, 5808, 5812, and 5827) leads 90 empty hoppers across the Licking River near Myers, Kentucky, bound from the coal transloader at Maysville to interchange with CSX at Paris.
A four-pack of SD60 yellow jackets crosses the Chenango River as the train from Syracuse nears Binghamton.
Steamtown's 12:30 excursion to Moscow passes by Elmhurst under "clear" signals.
Huntsville and Madison County Railroad's ex CSX "pumpkin" U23B #9554 leads a train south across Pinhook Creek in Huntsville.
During an excursion at Spencer's North Carolina Transportation Museum, the Leviathan passes a horse-drawn hearse.
San Luis & Rio Grande F40 number 456 and slug number 457 pose underneath a dramatic sunset at their new home near Gastonia, North Carolina, on the Piedmont and Northern Railway.
A trio of L&C GP38's switch the industrial park east of Chester.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad GP9 #1755 leads the afternoon "Dinosaur Train" through the Tuckasegee River valley near Ela, North Carolina, returning to Bryson City from Whittier.
A quartet of Blue Ridge Southern SD40-2s (in SD45 carbodies) leads a coal train west beside US highway 23, passing the Vulcan Materials quarry at Enka, North Carolina.