BN 6350 is approaching the Platte River Bridge at Fremont, NE, and passing the distant approach signal for northbound trains covering the UP diamonds in town. A similar photo with a BNSF unit may ... (more)
A westbound UP train has kicked up some drifting snow on a breezy and chilly March day. Today the warehouse is still there but the elevator is gone.
A "TSE" out of Council Bluffs is headed towards South Omaha as seen from the 16th St. Bridge. UP 2295 is ex MP, same number.
A freight rolls thru the Elizabeth Station with 3 GG-1's on the head end. Date is approximate.
N&W 1218 is crossing the Cumberland River Bridge at Burnside, KY
Three MLW's bring an eastbound container train under the pedestrian overpass at Beaconsfield, PQ.
An eastbound coal train behind an SD50 and a tunnel motor are just out of Provo as they begin the climb to Soldier Summit in 1986.
Lackawanna MU's rest between runs at Hoboken Terminal in early 1978. It would be another year and a half before New Jersey Transit was founded and another 5 years before NJT took over the operatio... (more)
Ventimiglia, Italy is on the Medditeranean coast just east of the border with France. My 1977 trip to Europe was with my parents as my Dad had some overseas meetings to attend. After a week in Lon... (more)
A box with wheels, otherwise known as an E60, appears on top of the Jersey Meadows fill as it approaches the west portal of the Hudson River Tubes.
E444 101 leads a train entering the main station in Florence, Italy.
Lite engines led by an FS E424 class locomotive navigate the station tracks at Santa Maria Novella Terminal in Florence.
This is one of two "Gm 3/3" locomotives on the MGB. The 72 seen here is assigned to Zermatt, and the 71 can be found in Brig. The units were built in France in 1975.
One of 3 daily Glacier Express departures from Zermatt has just departed the station for St. Moritz. The train will change engines at Disentis from an MGB locomotive to an Rhaetian Railway locomot... (more)
A view from the 10,135' summit on a Kodachrome day shows a GGB train descending with the Matterhorn in the background. The 100% rack railroad climbs 4,873' in 5.8 miles.