After working their newest customer, MotiPark/FCA, the crew of ETL 108 head back to their Lincoln Rd shops about 500 feet behind the camera. MotiPark is a recent branch of Essex Terminal Railway/M... (more)
An ETR job leans into a tight 'S' curve as it moves stored LPG tanks between Texas Yard and a former Honeywell spur. These are the southern most railway tracks in Canada and see about 1-2 trains a... (more)
Old No. 31, which made its first run on the Strasburg on September 1, 1960, is seen here 30 years later, ready to shove a heavy Santa Claus Special up the grade.
The 4876, famous for crashing into DC Union Station with the "Federal Express" in 1953, is crossing over for another run back to New York City. It's looking pretty bad here with a ruste... (more)
Semaphore signals stand guard at the Gary & Western section of the Indiana Harbor Belt Burns Harbor Branch, in March of 1979. Just beyond these signals, this line will cross the Elgin Joliet & Eas... (more)
Pictured at Bayview Yard, this “Paducah rebuild”, the former PRR/PC/CR GP9 7056 (built 1956), retained its high short hood when rebuilt* for Conrail at the IC shops in 1978.I believe this ... (more)
A former Family Lines GP16 now working for the Caldwell County Railroad returns from the NS interchange in Hickory, NC.
The trainmen are riding the rear platform of an ex-Pennsy SW9 built in April, 1953 (PRR 8542) as it rumbles past the old REA express platform and CORK tower. (CORK took its name from the Armstron... (more)
The re-erection of Conrail's LEMO tower at Strasburg in 1985, with my wife, daughter, and sister-in-law posed for a sense of scale; it's a huge building. The tower was cut into seven pieces for h... (more)
Former Family Lines G16 #1811 picks up three cars at the NS interchange in Hickory, NC as a westbound NS train in the distance makes its way through downtown.
Three-year-old Maine Central GP38 261 posed at Rigby Yard in South Portland, ME, on a spring morning.
The Portland Terminal Company was a Maine Central subsidiary that handled local switching in Maine's largest city with a fleet of Alco switchers and also ran Rigby Yard in South Portland on behalf... (more)
The N&W 611 shows off on the grounds of the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC.
Milepost 242: Imitation is the Sincerest Form of FlatteryA panorama, formed of 33 individual frames stitched together, shows off the entire arc of Horseshoe Curve in its modern form... (more)
Wall-to-wall GG-1s; left to right- 4885, 4822, 4891, 4850, and 4809.