SRS 135 on display at the Danbury Railway Museum.
The railroad school bus sits quietly off a short spur that runs next to the CSX A-Line in North Charleston.
SRS 138 in Thunder Bay
When things are slow, you shoot whatever comes along. In this case, a Sperry track evaluation vehicle at Monroe Junction in Hamlet, North Carolina, on January 19th, 2015.
A Sperry Rail Service track inspection hi rail truck makes its way east along Norfolk Southern's Chicago Line at CP 489.
The Sperry Railcar makes its way down the Mt. Clare Sub towards Carrolls.
Consolation Prize. I was bummed about having too many things to do to be able to get to this year's Rhode Island Air Show. As I was getting ready to leave, a phone call from my wif... (more)
Sperry Rail Service Detector Car 126 rests on the Rio Grande depot house track in Provo on April 16, 1976. SRS 126 was built in 1925 as EMC demonstrator car 108, later sold to the CNW becoming car... (more)
Sperry Rail Service Detector Car car 128 was built in Sept. 1925 by St. Louis Car for the Baltimore & Ohio. It was powered by a 220 horsepower Winton 106A gasoline engine equipped with a GE electr... (more)
Slowly working its way east on the former Baltimore & Ohio Garrett subdivision more than thirty years ago.
Former New Haven railbus now in service as a Sperry Rail Services diagnostics car heads up the Conrail River Line on a crisp clear day.
A former New Haven Railroad Mack Rail Bus glides down Conrail's River Line while working on its second life as a Sperry Rail Services vehicle testing the track.
Parked next to the former Southern Railway depot at Danville.
Sperry Rail Service detector car 137 takes a break from rail testing along Southern Pacific's Provo Subdivision mainline in the Salt Lake Valley. The car was built by St. Louis Car for the Soo Lin... (more)