The daily NS to BNSF transfer train of auto racks is patiently waiting for a signal to head back towards Argentine after picking up this load of automobiles from the NS Voltz auto mixing center ju... (more)
Looking good wearing the swoosh paint scheme, a pair of remote control units are busy moving around cars in the Pueblo yard this morning. A very brand new GE ES44C4, which is indicative of that st... (more)
In this shot a "Taurus" of ÖBB Austria Rail doing service in Italy with EuroCity trains to and from Munich in Germany, with special livery commemorating the 200 years since the birth of the compos... (more)
Continuing south on the Blue Ridge Subdivision, the CSX Presidential Special passes the unique signal at the SE of Green Mountain bound for Spartanburg and points south.
After a quick stop and swap in Erwin, the CSX Presidential Special knocks down the signal at the NE of Poplar and takes the main southbound toward Spartanburg and points beyond on the former Clinc... (more)
There is a little bit of "heritage paint" on CSXT, just not on locomotives...yet...
Delaware & Ulster's former D&H Alco RS-36 #5017 waits at Arkville Station to bring another train to and from Roxbury as a family of four heads for the station to get their tickets.
Norfolk Southern's "Southern Railway" heritage unit, ES44AC number 8099, leads Piedmont Division train 348 south along Main 2 through Chamblee, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. 348 moves f... (more)
The Western Pacific Heritage engine heads past the 'Pillow Rocks' as it heads East.
Not everyday you see a Norfolk Southern Heritage Unit on a shortline. The Virginian Heritage unit mingles with Genesee & Wyoming power after bringing down a unit coal train. The orange and black... (more)
This is the forge in Marley Hill Shed on the Tanfield Railway.The building dates back to the 18th century
A newly painted CN 102 sits in the Woodcrest shop undergoing inspection.
NS 348 comes cruising around the corner to Duluth with the Southern Heritage Unit leading the way towards Atlanta, GA
The northbound Silver Star is running southward before continuing to New York. Both Stars pass this spot twice each day to service Tampa.
A summer '76 vacation in search of BiCenntennial locomotives found KCS's version among my least favorites none the less unusual to say the least. I believe they had a couple painted in similar pai... (more)