PCRC 1864 blasts through the steel canopy at Pedro Miguel with a load of containers for Colon.
Panama's tropical climate and thick, protected jungles means the Panama Canal Railway's right of w... (more)
PCRC 1868 sits silently at one of the tracks at P.I.T, or Pacific Intermodal Terminal near the capital, Panama City. In the foreground a massive crane sits silent awaiting containers to be trucked... (more)
Panama Canal Railway 1866 leads a southbound intermodal over the one of the more photogenically accessible locations on the entire route, Gamboa.
Gamboa is a small town, deep in the jungle, bu... (more)
Panama Canal Railway 1856 and another F40PH 4th out sandwich 2 other EMDs on an intermodal bound for P.I.T. (Pacific Intermodal Terminal) near the capitol city. These trains usually run in twos, h... (more)
PCRC 1863 leads the daily (M-F) Panama City-Colon passenger train towards the capitol, finishing another run alongside one of the greatest wonders of the modern world, the Panama Canal.
PCRY 1867, and PCRY 1866, had just received a track warrant and permission to leave the siding at Corozal/P.I.T (Panama Intermodal Terminal) towards Colon, with a train of single stack intermodal ... (more)
PCRY 1870 and PCRY 1859 lead a string of intermodal containers past the truss bridge at Gamboa, right next to one of the wonders of the world, the Panama Canal.
#1861 (Ex Amtrak) in Colon station waits the passengers for a special trip to Panama city.
Ever seen the swarm of electric locomotives that guide and tow ships through the Panama Canal? These are the first two on this port side of a container ship; there are probably six others attach... (more)
Obviously a Paducah graduate, Panama Canal Ry. Geep 1855 had its nose in the sunshine at the Colon Shops on the north or Atlantic end of the line.
#1872 waits tha pass of the passenger train in Colon.
#1859 cab running at notch 8 with the passenger train at 46 mp/h.
PCRC F40PHs 1861 on commuter train laying over at the Colon station (Atlantic side) awaiting its return trip south to Panama City. This train is a push-pull operation with the 1861 on one end and ... (more)
PCRC F40PHs 1858 and 1862 wait outside the shops for their next assignments. The F40PHs are used on the passenger trains and on intermodal trains carrying refrigerated containers.
PCRC 1857 (ex-Amtrak F40PH) is just out of the paint booth at the shops near the PIT (Pacific Intermodal Terminal) yard.