Many people don't know that Utah Railway painted a locomotive in Bicentennial colors. Alco RSD-4 No. 304 was repainted at the Martin Locomotive Shop in solid white (in lieu of gray) with blue hood... (more)
Three-quarters of the Lehigh Valley's GP38AC roster lead eastbound train LV-4 across the Delaware River and into Phillipsburg. Today's consist has 36 cars, including covered hoppers carrying cemen... (more)
UP GP9 No. 139 accelerates west from Huntington, Ore. with a work train on UP's mainline through the Blue Mountains. Note the jointed rail still in use on this busy line in 1979.
Of all the train pictures I've taken, this has to show the most trash.
On the first day of Spring a heavy snow greets a Manhattan bound F Train as it makes its way quietly towards Kings Hwy. in Brooklyn, NY.
The mill being switched by the local provides a photo backdrop, with a junkyard full of Detroit iron in the foreground.
There is an interesting collection of equipment gathered at and around the M&E shop complex in Morristown on this Saturday aftenoon. Three former Bangor & Aroostook geeps, recently acquired by th... (more)
Southern Pacific AC4400CWs 194 and 215 pull a 75 car Roper to Chicago manifest through the upper Gilluly horseshoe curve on Aug. 31, 1996. A manned helper with two Rio Grande SD40T-2s (visible in ... (more)
The staple power for CCRG (in advertising, their website and overall image) has sat idle in favor of a former VRE Geep doing almost all the work now. The new loco even has its own profile on thei... (more)
An eastbound company business train chock full of company officials including CEO Claude Mongeau heads east to Montreal behind a pair of recently washed ES44DC's.
Plaster City California - Purchased by the Pacific Imperial Railway (aka PIR) the successor in interest to the Carrizo Gorge Railway, these three former CSX GP40-2's sit rotting away in the... (more)
Two unlikely partners await their fate as a building (judging by the smokestack, the powerhouse) from the Reading shops is demolished in the background. They're there to supply parts for the Anthr... (more)
End of the Line: At the end of a long day, the Ivory Job spots empty boxcars at SSR, as the helper stands by the switch to line the movement back for the "main." Hard to believe t... (more)
August 23, 1993 was an unforgettable day when Union Pacific's trio of newly rebuilt E9s passed through Salt Lake City on their journey from Los Angeles to Council Bluffs.