Highspeed tilting train "Alfa Pendular" # 4005 of the Comboios de Portugal entering Lisboa Oriente station bound for Lisboa Santa Apolónia. This is train 120 from Porto Campanha to Lisboa Apolónia... (more)
Toronto-Halifax Canadian National #120 races eastward through a southern Quebec cornfield at St-Eugène. Trailing locomotives are 5680 8919, mid-train DPU 8851.
Toronto-Halifax Canadian National #120 is crossing the Richelieu River at Beloeil on gorgeous fall morning. On June 29, 1864, a Grand Trunk train with more than 350 passengers was travelling from ... (more)
First light of the morning shines on a brightly colored pair of Carolina Coastal Railway engines as they have brought their cut of cars into Chocowinity around 8:30am. They are switching around so... (more)
First light of the morning shines on a brightly colored pair of Carolina Coastal Railway engines as they have brought their cut of cars into Chocowinity around 8:30am. They are switching around s... (more)
The sun rose just in time for me to capture TP&W's train 120 as it approaches the yards in East Peoria. This train, generally a mix of intermodal and manifest, was run from Ft. Madison, Iowa to E... (more)
Toronto-Halifax Canadian National 120 passes through Pointe St-Charles on the Montreal Subdivision.
With three new locomotives, Toronto-Halifax Canadian National 120 is crossing the the Richelieu River on the Beloeil bridge.
Canadian National #120 races east toward Halifax Nova-Scotia on cold and windy spring day.
Bound for Halifax N.S on the eastern seabord, CN 120 rolls through Montreal at sunrise.
CN 120 charges through St-Anne at sunrise
Halifax bound CN 120 grinds out of Montreal on the south shore on a cool & crisp September morning
Nice looking "torpedo boat" brings an EB train over the bridge over West Santa Clara St. nearing the end of its run.
Nearing the Nova Scotia/New Brunswick border, CNR 120 slows as it travels through the small university town of Sackville. Heading East for Halifax with 8 GM export locomotives.
Lots of horsepower seen here as CNR 120 leads eight GM export locomotives East across the marsh's at Dorchester, N.B.