Newly rebuilt and repainted F59PH 451 is fresh out of Beech Grove and will be the trailing unit on todays Southwest Chief. I had to grab the photo quickly before Amtrak added the P42's on top of i... (more)
The Fall Colors Special to Asheville rests at Spencer Shops before its departure in the morning.
Monster consists for the East Coast. On the left is Amtrak 30 with an extra P32, the exhibit train and the Sierra Hotel on the rear. On the right is Amtrak 50 with 5 extra PV's for New River, 3 ad... (more)
Amtrak 154 leads the CP Huntington New River Train at Huntington Station, the
Metra's morning rush hour comes to a close. Much has changed at this site, i am not sure sure the carmen of the 1950's would have predicted Whole Foods or LA Fitness's arrival.
Amtrak 184 idles away as everyone prepares for this weekend's runs.
Milwaukee Road 261 hustles by the REMSA consist and Amtrak Heritage unit #184. An exciting prelude to a fun weekend of steam!
BNSF 8156 idles with the Friends of the 261's consist at MPLS Junction.
Amtrak heritage unit #184 pulls the REMSA/LORAM Special westward towards Wayzata, MN where tonights VIPs will detrain for dinner.
Anything can happen thursday! Norfolk Southern SD60E 911 leads another SD70Ace in switching Amtrak's heritage F40PH power unit and their ACS-64 642 into the turntable area. Meanwhile a Lackawanna ... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna's "heritage" C420 has been brilliantly lettered in one of Lehigh Valley's many paint schemes. The C420 has become quite a rare beats in 21st century rail fanning and ... (more)
We had a unique event during Railfest, a wedding aboard vintage Pullman "Dover Harbor." The newlyweds were hardworking volunteers from the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society that han... (more)
Amtrak's Veterans Unit #642 attracted an impressive crowd during its stay at Steamtown. It was joined by Former F40PH #406, now a power/cab car.
The Stampede Pass is an ex NP dome car that is mid-restoration. It provided First Class seating for this weekend's NKP 765 trips.
NKP 765 owned by the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society, shows off its running gear.