If anyone would have told me back in the 60's when I hired out on the CMStP&P RR that I would have run a GM&O E7 Ida said "get outta here". But....here it sits one of many that would gra... (more)
North Korea: Only a few days after they reopened the eastern coast main line after a severe flood the number of passenger trains was up to a dozen. Pictured is a southbound passenger train on its ... (more)
Vermont Rail System, for only the second time in a year (and by design) operated an all-red consist that is book-ended by the railroad’s pair of SD70M-2s. Due to bridge restrictions and weight di... (more)
Near sunset, as an SP light helper waits just shy of the crossover on Track One, Santa Fe 2764 roars up the stiff grade with a heavy manifest in tow.
Grand Trunk in Rochester? A pair of CN owned locomotives, including a Grand Trunk GP, are sitting in CSX's Goodman Street Yard in Rochester, NY. These units are destined for American Motive Power ... (more)
North Korea's second largest city, Hamhung, is connected to the industrial sites at Hungnam by an electrified narrow gauge railway (762 mm gauge). It was not permitted to take pictures of it, but ... (more)
A ratty-looking UP SD60 still in original paint and its second number sits by the terminal in Nampa. If you look really closely, you can see the old number, which started with "6", showi... (more)
A high-hood GP30 leads an Alco Century and a pair of EMDs on a caboose hop through Hammond. Tom Golden photo.
Both Icons of the RR industry at the time Milwaukee Road E9 32A and GM&O E7 103 stand side by side at sunset in the Milwaukee Depot after an engine change in the new age of Amtrak.
Ex-ATSF & ex-Conrail Dash8's. CN 2151 (built for ATSF, later becoming part of BNSF's fleet) & GECX 9142 (built for Conrail, later acquired by CSXT) lead CN 310 eastwards on CN's Montreal su... (more)
A little different view of the always busy Tucson yard diesel service area. Note the yard tower in the distance.
An eastbound BNSF meets UP's E RBLDKM above on the Palmdale Cutoff. Power may have changed over the years, but Cajon Pass is no less amazing to see in action.
Eastbound doublestacks roll into Belen.