Resurrection... Roanoke built Class J 611 in her second afterlife!
Norfolk Southern's "Honoring First Responders" unit, SD60E #9-1-1, poses on the turntable alongside many of the first responder vehicles that were featured during the North Carolina Tran... (more)
Interlaken-Ost: end of the 74 kilometres (46 mi) long meter-gauge SBB "Brünig" line coming from Luzern and connection with the BOB to the Jungfrau. Since 2004 the Brünig is owned by the ... (more)
My son Wesley, who is three, and the biggest, little railfan, looks on as a CSXT grain train rounds the bend near Greggs Hill. CSXT's "Northern Sub," and Norfolk Southern's, "Colum... (more)
CSXT ES44AH #911 heads up 167 loads of grain on the Northern Subdivision (ex-C&O) at the west end of Robbins center siding. The train was destined for Russell, Kentucky. With only the first two ... (more)
First responder volunteers with the "Pink Heals Tour" and one of their specially painted pink fire trucks (named Kennedy) poses with Norfolk Southern's "Honoring First Responders&qu... (more)
Norfolk Southern's specially painted SD60E's number 911 and 6920 approaches Shenandoah, Virginia, crossing one of the many high bridges along the Shenandoah Valley line. The patriotic pair is lea... (more)
Norfolk Southern's "Honoring First Responders" SD60E number 911 leads train 956 (operating as CP Rail train 2nd-931) across the Gauntlet Bridge over the Susquehanna River near Wilkes-Bar... (more)
Norfolk Southern unit grain train number 48D glides through Juliette, Georgia, on its way to Surrency, Georgia, from Decatur, Illinois. Leading the way is SD60E number 9-1-1 in a special paint sc... (more)
VIA Rail #911 pulls into Toronto with a morning train from Windsor. See more at www.youthwith.fotopic.net.
The Sounder passes by Meadowdale beach on it's way to take commuters home to Everett.