Thank goodness for Amtrak! A remarkably beautiful day in the Colorado mountains was also a remarkably slow day on the Moffat Sub: The only movement between noon and 8pm was the eastbound Californi... (more)
FM road switcher 542 was one of two H12-44TS equipped with steam generators and assigned to switch ATSF passenger cars and trains at Chicago’s Dearborn Station, as it was doing on May 16, 1967. N... (more)
As the early morning fog starts to rise from a recent rain, the CSX OCS carves its way south on the former Clinchfield Railroad as a set of 3 F40PH's split the intermediate signal at Quarry, Tenne... (more)
Due to floods in Colorado, particularly the Denver area, Union Pacific’s westbound Train 17 “Portland Rose” is detouring over the freight-only Fourth District through Marysville and on to North Pl... (more)
UP’s nameless passenger Train No. 70, operating between Kansas City and Salina, leaves North Topeka, Ks. eastbound with 8 cars behind lone E9 902 on March 27, 1965.
The westbound Capitol Limited heads into the setting sun as it passes the decommissioned WB Tower at Brunswick, Maryland.
The eastbound Capitol Limited passes Brunswick, Maryland, a day after the biggest snowstorm of the season.
Fresh off a station stop in Clemson, SC, Amtrak #19, the southbound Crescent, approaches CP Keowee running three and a half hours late. AMTK 156, the Phase I 40th Anniversary unit, leads the way s... (more)
Metrorail train 0668 has just crossed the Sesmylspruit (Six Mile Creek) between Irene and Pinedene on its way from Pretoria to Johannesburg. The third coach in this set is interesting in that the ... (more)
Running as train 9482, a four coach Tshwane Business Express has just crossed the Sesmylspruit (Six Mile Creek) bridge between Irene and Pinedene on its journey from Pretoria to Johannesburg.
seen here in Innsbruck - Museumstraße. The STB line connects Innsbruck with the Stubai Valley. Ending point is the village of Fulpmes
The Bodensee-Oberschwaben-Bahn train BOB 87577 with the two diesel rail cars VT 70 and VT 71, both built 2013 by Stadler Rail, on the way from Aulendorf to Friedrichshafen-Hafen.