After moving a cut of boxcars from Speed to Watson, IN; this SIND local became a work train, picking up some leftover bits from recent crossing repairs.
RJ Corman's newly arrived QJ steam locomotive spotted in the yard following the transfer from NS.
If it's summer in Iowa, there must be thunderstorms! A spectacular thunderhead nearly covers the horizon to the east of Mason City, while IATR #60 stands ready for the next day's chores at the ya... (more)
American horsepower! Thoroughbreds celebrate the passing of old glory by racing alongside a rare visitor to the Bluegrass as RJ Corman evaluates the performance of this giant engine.
RJ Corman's "Old Kentucky Dinner Train" encounters a rock slide just past the tunnel at Eastwood. The alert crew brought the train to a safe stop well short of the slide. Photo taken from railro... (more)
In the aftermath of the Ice Storm of 2009, RJ Corman's dinner trainset pulls into historic Midway en route to Frankfort on a VIP charter.
Steamtown's 2008 "Ice Train" rolls under the former Erie trestle enroute to Tobyhanna on a chilly Saturday in Scranton.
RJ Corman locomotives receive cars from NS carrying the newest arrival to the Corman fleet...a Chinese QJ steam locomotive and tender.
The Bluegrass Railroad Museum's Easter Bunny Train eases across the old wooden trestle over Milner Road. That's BGRM volunteer and fellow RailPictures contributor Joe Nugent getting some fresh ai... (more)
RJ Corman has begun tests of a Progress Rail Services genset locomotive. Today's consist included 8 loaded sand gons and a RailPower RP20BD genset on several runs up Jett Hill just south of Frank... (more)
A Norfolk Southern train hauling RJ Corman's QJ steam locomotive rolls into the yard enroute to the interchange yard with RJC.
On the flyover a Norfolk Southern train gets rolling headed up with some classic power, while an RJ Corman crew drills the yard directly below.
Now here's a lash-up you don't see every day. Kentucky Railway Museum's ex-USAF Baldwins lead their CF-7 on a ferry move to bring a total of 123 empty coal hoppers up to Boston for interchange wi... (more)
After spending 2006 in the shop, L&N #152 returns to steam at the Kentucky Railway Museum.
In the aftermath of the Ice Storm of 2009, a pair of RJ Corman Geeps gingerly approach West Fourth Street after switching the Lexington GE glass plant.