Running westbound on Clear signals
Clear signal for a westbound train on the north track of CN's Halton Subdivision. Photo was taken at 23:43
Built by the Chesapeake and Ohio around 1907, this depot has been restored and is open to the public on special occasions.
Equipment of the 24th Inf. Div. from Ft. Stewart, GA, ready to off load for cold weather training at Camp Drum, NY. I was a guard on this train, it took a week to get to Camp Drum.
Equipment of the 24th Inf. Div. arrives at Camp Drum, from Ft. Stewart, GA for cold weather training. I was a guard on this train, it took a week to get to Camp Drum.
Equipment of the 24th Inf. Div. loaded and headed for Camp Drum, NY for cold weather training. I was a guard on this train, it took a week to get to Camp Drum.
This snowplow will be put to good use in a few months. Former CN and Conrail fixer-uppers await much needed attention in the background.
This was the view from the 11th floor men's room of L&N's general office building in 1965. The view looks south at the throat of Union Station. The C&O train's E8 is barely visible, plus two L&N E... (more)
Summer sunset on the old C&O in the Kanawha Valley.
Cab of AC4400CW
Replacing the rails calls for lots of mechanized equipment. This truck was brought in to support the track gang.
TVRM's back shop, work progressing on TVR 630.
Two riders in the lounge car of the westbound San Joaquin Daylight wave at the photographer.
General view of the Westmoreland Coal Company Transloader just two years before its closure.
Until it was ripped up, this yard at Page, KY was the main mine run terminal for the Cumberland Valley Division (at least until 1921, when Loyall Yard was opened closer to Harlan). Afterwards, it ... (more)