Early morning Sunshine shines down on the Kinzua skywalk some 12 years after being hit by a F1 tornado.
A close in view of Amtrak's southbound Vermonter train #55 that struck a rock slide this morning shortly after 10 am south of Northfield, Vermont, and derailed. The locomotive - P42 102 - and hea... (more)
Pipe moves in by rail and out by truck here at Americas Central Port.Our IT painted SD40-2 is tied onto to some loads as a truck of outbound pipe rolls out.
Fresh out of paint in the Bosses favorite colors is GP40 #2064.Shes wearing the #2302 for an event.This unit used to wear tattered MILW bandit paint.
A set of the 20th anniversary units are switching the yard.
Awaiting the arrival of eastbound trains needing electric motive power to continue to Grand Central Terminal
While the fall color was less than stellar, and when I say less than stellar, I mean non-existent, the scenery along the GLC Northern District was still excellent as usual. As the train races nort... (more)
A member of a dying breed, General Electric B32-8 No. 557 rest between local assignments at Moberly, Missouri. Originally purchased for intermodal service and numbered 3557, the 557 has been displ... (more)
Its been a while since I've seen a set of 3 SD40-2 units that are as clean as these are!
Just a look back at the Union Pacific Hospital Train delivering the 4014 to Cheyenne for restoration.
CR 4429 West is running long-hood forward on a hot August day near COLA Tower. These locomotives had a distinctive, loud vacuum cleaner-like roar when operating, and were called "Hoovers&quo... (more)
1887 built 4-4-0 No 29 is plinthed outside the company`s HQ in Calgary.
Three former Union Pacific SD90MACs lead train 111 at Moberly.
NKP Berkshire 765 traverses Spencer Mills Road overpass early on her run back home to Fort Wayne on a beautiful autumn morning.
An eastbound coal load races along the Yellowstone River on the former NP's aptly named Yellowstone Division. The less successful route to the West coast can be seen over the lead unit, as the Mil... (more)