Eastbound CN freight led by Dash 9-44CWs 2612 and 2700, along with SD75I 5661, crosses the newly double-tracked Credit River bridge at Georgetown, Ontario, in a winter wonderland created by two co... (more)
After traversing the GEXR Guelph Sub from Kitchener, GO Transit train #206 arrives at Georgetown, Ontario, on a foggy morning commute to Toronto. As if scripted to do so, a CN eastbound freight si... (more)
A table at Brantford, Ontario's Station Coffee House & Gallery offers front-row seating to anyone wishing to observe CN GP9RM 4116 toiling in the yard after completing its chores on train 580.
With GP9 4001 and GP38 3843 (nicknamed "Barney" for its purple-y paint scheme) leading the charge, Goderich-Exeter train #581 is westbound through Mitchell, Ontario, on a brisk January day.
Winter is often generous with snowfall to the east of Lake Huron. As such, the broom is an essential component of switchstands along the Goderich-Exeter Railway at this time of year. This example ... (more)
Lake Erie, Franklin & Clarion was a road that I became aware of during the shortline boxcar craze of the late 1970s and early 80s. More often than not, the corporate identities displayed on these ... (more)
Workers at General Electric's Hornell facility take a break from stripping the innards of Alaska Railroad coach 5404 (originally UP 5404). When the car's refurbishment is finally complete it will ... (more)
GTW 4-6-2 5629 sits among the ruins of the Rock Island roundhouse at Blue Island. Theories seem to vary as to what had happened to the structure (see below) -- be it demolition, tornado or fire. R... (more)
Shiny new CNW 5050, the first of the road's 50 GP50s, sits outside the Proviso shop upon delivery. Sister units 5051, 52 and 53 are behind the unit, unseen.
Pausing from switching the yard at Hagerstown to let some kid with a camera take a picture.
In a vignette created by a trackside flanger sign, CP RS-18u 1806 appears to have sprouted a mast as it crosses the CNR diamond in Fergus, Ontario. The crewman aboard the MLW will cut off the van ... (more)
Who needs a Geep when you've got a Case 2290 tractor?
The scene inside SA Tower on a May afternoon harkens back to an earlier era.
Though looking a little rough around the edges, the Meyersdale Train Bulletin nonetheless remains somewhat informative.
At the summit: B&O SD40s 7597 and 7594, along with GP40-2 4111 and an older Geep at SA Tower, just west of Sand Patch tunnel.