The helpers back in to the pocket as the snow stops and the sun returns. The front of the coal train will back up to reattach the rear portion, then sit while two eastbound trains roll by. I'm not... (more)
Ge 4/4 I - 70 years old and still running! Only four out of ten engines type Ge 4/4 I still exist, but all four still can be seen on a regular basis in front of freight trains or sometimes even in... (more)
Former Kennecott Copper Corporation 799 is still working on home rails (albeit with a patch) along with SSRX 3510 at the company's Garfield smelter.
Return of the 400On August 10, 1985, Streamline Excursions, Inc. sponsored the “Return of the 400,” a round-trip excursion between Amtrak's St. Paul-Minneapolis Midway Station to Eau Cl... (more)
Ex-CB&Q E8 No. 9949 makes a station stop at Vancouver on the point of a Portland-Seattle train. Note the crew talking with someone on the platform.
Fillmore & Western's sole steam locomotive - Baldwin Locomotive Work's 1913-built, 2-8-0 No. 14 - leads the 2PM train to Piru out of town as it crosses Highway 126 to the delight of stopped motori... (more)
Old vs new as this 1941 built steam locomotive passes the new Max extension to Milwaukee
Battling upgrade out of Beaville, BNSF 8251 leads a southbound grain train out of Tunnel 3 and past the long-abandoned Tunnel 4 as it works its way toward Cliff and Tunnel 5. Drones have not opene... (more)
Soo Line on Wall St: After delivering cars to Bay State Milling, G77 runs light back up Wall St, though the neighborhood on the south side of Winona. Next, they will head to the old CK sidi... (more)
Amongst the rest of the various types of locomotives stored in Roanoke, D8C 8741 sits out a light rain fall waiting for its final day to come.
ATSF Alco PA-1 No.61 lead unit on train #1 the SAN FRANCISCO CHIEF at Amarillo, Texas.
Close up of Amtraks new spaceship at PDX.
Great Northern Railway EMD SD7 564 (550-572).
As the CC 72000 or 72100 are removed these days from the "Line 4", I share with you a picture of a time long past, when the 68000 or 68500 series were hauling passenger trains on the &qu... (more)
Late in the day of July 2, 2016, a southbound BNSF coal train climbs to the top of Logan Hill at Logan, Wyoming, in a stormy Powder River Basin.