New and old sit side by side at the WNYP's engine house in Olean. Norfolk Southern's latest experimental rebuilds rest next to veteran Alcos on a cool October night. The NS units are reportedly on... (more)
Santa Fe EMD E8m 87 leads train 15 the "Texas Chief" at Dallas Union Station in November 1967. The Texas Chief stopped operating from Houston to Galveston in 1967, and the Dallas secti... (more)
A Storm's-a-comin'With storm clouds brewing above the Horseshoe Curve, the tail ends of a westbound intermodal and eastbound manifest rest are caught at opposite sides of the valley.
Under moody skies of an approaching cold front, a colorful Q434 crosses the Catskill Creek as a kiss of sunshine of a fast closing sucker hole highlights some orange foliage in the foreground.
A New York Transit Downtown No.6 train entering the iconic and long closed City Hall Station in Lower Manhattan, as it negotiates the balloon track that will take it to the Uptown platform of Broo... (more)
Norfolk Southern's H16 light power departs the Horseheads Sand & Transloading Terminal after dropping their train. Locomotives: NS 3483 and NS 3422
With their train in order, Mass Coastal 2008 is about ready to depart the yard in Middleboro and head southbound to Hyannis. With 2008 is former New Haven FL9Ms 2026 and 2011. They were recently p... (more)
The Closest Thing to Fall Color...Under storm lighting, a westbound intermodal headed up by Norfolk Southern's Norfolk Southern heritage unit (that sounds odd, I know, but there's a... (more)
A pair of helpers shove manifest freight 17G, passing the head end of intermodal 16N on the mountainside just west of Horseshoe Curve.
A cool, cloudy morning greets the eastbound Tennessee Central Museum special as it crosses the Caney Fork on it's eastbound run to Monterey, TN.
The weather is getting colder and the trees are changing color, perfect time for a back road, some geeps, and jointed rail in western CT!
Power lays over at Ashland on New Year's Day 1987. Local jobs on the Siskiyou Line at the time were almost exclusively covered by SD9s.
The eastbound Zephyr is making its way through the siding at Tabernash around an eastbound coal load with UP 1988 on the point. With the sun moving into the western sky, the light is just perfect ... (more)