On my way to work on November 18, 2009, the dispatcher calls to inform me I72 left a track indication between Attica and Marshfield. After obtaining Track Authority, I put my hyrail truck on the ... (more)
Preserved from the now closed railroad, QCR JMG1 are moved to St-Jean-Chrysostome
The resident RJ Corman genset goes about its duties at Graphic Packaging, located at the south end of NS's Brosnan Yard.
Living history. WW&F Engineer Robert "Bullet Bob" Longo poses with Engine #9 at the conclusion of the museum's March, 2016 photo excursion. The folks at the WW&F Museum take gre... (more)
The crown jewel. Safely tucked away in Bay 1 of the Sheepscot Shop Building is the crown jewel in the WW&F Museum's collection: Locomotive #9. An 1891 product of Maine's Portland Company,... (more)
2 slug sets sit on the cement plant lead track in West Tarentum Yard, after completing the days work along the NS Conemaugh line.
HMCR's high-nose B23-7 sits by Heart of Huntsville drive before sunrise on April 16, 2016.
The 11 A.M. SARM excursion train heads northbound towards their interchange with Norfolk Southern at Blair.
VLIX 9553 gets a few minutes rest in the early morning sun before it prepares to build its train for the first excursion of the year.
SARX 6913 is a former Southern Railway E8A acquired by SARM for future restoration.
HMCR made a rare evening run to Green Cove today, allowing me to get a shot of them at Airport Road lit up with the flashes.
Sweet Home Antonito. Lately, I've been on quite a number of charters, during which night photo sessions were planned. Unfortunately, on most of them, the night sessions ended up being canc... (more)
Two of HMCR's GEs rest for the evening by Heart of Huntsville drive.
On March 14, 2016, the Huntsville and Madison County Railroad took delivery of 2 B39-8s, one from MMA and one from SLRG. Here's 8539 resting between two cuts of cars at the north of the yard as th... (more)
Inside the cab of Cass Shay locomotive 11. The fireman looks over the locomotive from the ground.