Viviana #604 and Alejandra #607 are going out of the Tocopilla harbour for a morning trip to Barriles with empty cars while a cargo ship is being loaded with potassium nitrate and another one is w... (more)
A GE Box Cab survivor still in regular service: looks like the good fresh air of the Pacific Ocean keeps these elderly ladies healthy.
Railroad: SQM (Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile)Locomotive: GE Box CabLocation: Tocopilla, ChileLocomotive #: SQM 604Train ID: -Photo Date: December 10, 2009
UP 7375 pushes the IG2OA west along the edge of the San Francisco Bay, on her maiden run since being built. Unfortunately the shot of the headend (with two more maiden run GEVO's) was mucked up by... (more)
Despite the wholesale replacement of loco hauled services, occassionally TOCs find themselves short of units and revert to the old guard. Operated by GBRf with locos hired from DBS and on behalf o... (more)
Probably the UKs most famous modern train, travelling along the UKs most famous stretch of railway at Dawlish. A major cloud was just about to rain on my parade however
An old lady still at work: this unit and its 4 sisters are the only GE Box Cab survivors in regular service today. Built in the mid and late 1920's they are among the oldest electric engines still... (more)
Loaded beet cars roll eastbound along San Pablo Bay.
A big yellow Tylenol rolls West along the San Pablo Bay with a Super Twinkie GEVO leading the parade of overpaid executives. (Okay, rant over. Now, UP 7868 leads an inspection special Westbound ag... (more)
Beach-goers barely notice the Surfliner as it slows for the station stop in San Clemente on a perfect spring evening.
With the Indian Ocean as a backdrop, this Metrorail train is on the South Coast line, crossing the Umgababa River on its journey from Durban to Umkomaas. The original bridge pilings and track alig... (more)
221131 heads along the sea wall at Dawlish forming the 06:28 Penzance - Edinburgh service on Friday 11th September 2009
67006 leads the Royal Train ECS along the sea wall at Dawlish on Friday 11th September 2009
67005 leads the Royal Train along the sea wall at Dawlish on Friday 11th September 2009.
On a windy but beautiful morning at this scenic coastal spot, a train horn unexpectedly breaks the rhythm of the waves. Freight on the coast line!