Amtrak 20 blasts through the town of Central, SC, disrupting the peace of an otherwise calm night, with a highly acceptable duo in the lead.
A trio of Sprinters head towards Melbourne, just after leaving Wallan on an 'up' Seymour.
Because of a derailment in the Cascades, the northbound Coast Starlight was going to terminate at Klamath Falls. On a cold morning before any buses arrived, Amtrak decided to wye the train at Texu... (more)
A fantrip on the Oregon Trunk approaches O.T. Junction and a return to the UP mainline on a flawless fall afternoon. This train operated between Portland and Bend through the Columbia River Gorge ... (more)
Special Historic Train of AZAFT called "Tren Azul" (Blue Train) from Zaragoza to Vilanova i la Galtrú, to conmemorate the 25th aniversary of the railway museum in Vilanova.
For the second day in a row the Coast Starlight is about 13 hours late as it makes a rare daylight run through downtown Burbank on its way to nearby Los Angeles.
CDOT 6696 pushes a commuter rail train toward New London as it departs the Old Saybrook Station.
Amtrak 356 crosses over at the crest of Lake Hill with a southbound Hiawatha in December of 1994. A freight waits in the background while another is in the siding.
Starting its 300-mile trek to Chicago, Amtrak's "Saluki" accelerates out of the ex-Illinois Central yard, with the old steam-era concrete coal bunkers still standing in the background. ... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Maple Leaf pauses at the Niagara Falls, Ontario station. Power is a former GO Transit GP40TC.
Here comes Brightline during the first test run. Unlike other private ventures, this one comes with huge stations and infrastructure being built with it.
Westbound Amtrak No. 14 the Coast Starlight rolls along the Gaviota Coast between El Capitan and Refugio State Parks, west of Santa Barbara Ca.
VIA 6405 has a bit of snow on its nose and plow as it leads VIA 35 west through Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.
"City of New York"
Nostalgia equipment at the New York Transit Museum.
"New York City Subway"
A worn MTA sticker reveals the older Two-Tone MTA logo on the side of a veteran R32A car at 168th Street Station.