The Crescent zips through Elizabeth, NJ as it nears the end of its long trip from Atlanta. While the train was about 10 minutes behind schedule, at least it ran on this day that the Governors of b... (more)
The night may be still and quiet, but the trains keep rolling. On the River Line, an intermodal train exits Fort Montgomery Tunnel and streaks northward.
A Metro-North train crosses over the snow covered forest during a Thanksgiving Day snowfall.
A southbound Amtrak Regional train traverses Stonington Harbor on the causeway built by the New Haven, but electrified by Amtrak.
Her journey nearly complete, a traveler from New York enters the station passage to home.
Passing Storm King Mountain in opposite directions is the American Star, a river cruise boat of the American Cruise Lines, while a CSX manifest heads down river. The CSX River Line has really expl... (more)
A witness to much change is the historic Central Railroad of New Jersey terminal directly across from downtown Manhattan. CNJ Commuter and long distance trains of the host railroad, Reading, and B... (more)
A little traction jewel is the operation at Kenoska which features a 1.7 mile loop of track that covers some interesting ground with a mix of beautifully restored and cared for PCC cars from 1951.... (more)
A train passes through Junction 18, possibly the world's busiest rail crossing and interlocking. A real treat to see and so accessible!
Two trains meeting at the Allegrippus Curve allow us to see how the Pennsylavina RR followed the terrain instead of cutting through it. The line was built by pick and shovel and was considered a ... (more)
A late running commuter train crosses Moodna during a heavy snow fall.
The turn from North Bennington passes the Alfrecha Road crossing on the outskirts of Rutland.
Southern #385 is dressed for the holiday and the recent snowfall adds to the spirit. Merry Christmas everyone!
The coal chute at Orbisonia waits for a tender to fill.
Atop the rock cut at the Allegrippus Curve, we can see the constant 1.86% grade up the hill on the backside of Horseshoe Curve. Rarely photographed, but the action is more dramatic and all to one'... (more)