A westbound freight picks up orders at the depot in Green Island as it continues along the Mississippi River to Dubuque.
Norfolk Southern's "Southern" heritage unit, ES44AC #8099, leads excursion train #957 south past the historic Southern Railway depot in Ft. Payne, Alabama on a rainy Spring morning. Ft. Payne is t... (more)
Niles Canyon Railways, Western Pacific #918-D waiting to board passengers at the restored Southern Pacific station in Sunol. People are busy getting tickets, admiring and taking photographs of the... (more)
Chessie System stack train headed south passes the old Ashford tower.
Now arriving at McEwen..... A mixed train bound for Baker City arrives in the McEwen Yard at sunrise. After a brief servicing stop for water and wood, she'll pull forward to the depot and ... (more)
What Salt Lake City's Union Pacific station looked like 28 years ago. An Amtrak train is there on its way to California.
Ghostly Remains, Part 2. Another shot of the abandoned Gerrish Depot station in Boscawen, New Hampshire. For caption information, clic... (more)
Passengers board the Tennessee Valley Railroad's "Missionary Ridge Local" at Grand Junction for a quick trip to Soule Shops in East Chattanooga.
Guest locomotive, Southern 6133, provided power fo... (more)
Rio Grande's sturdy brick and tile roofed passenger station at Provo awaits the arrival of Amtrak's California Zephyr on Sept. 16, 1985. The structure was built in 1910 and demolished in 1986.
ELS 402 (former Conrail 7772) sits at the depot in Channing waiting its next assignment.
On a very hazy day, 4-8-4s #4449 and #8444 march past Mission Tower and into Los Angeles Union Station. They will be part of Union Station's 50th anniversary celebration.
SOU 630 letting passengers on the Missionary Ridge Local and is about to pull out of Grand Central Station.
Baltimore Penn Station, like so many other major train stations, is conveniently located downtown (unlike so many major airports).
Bridge 60 Tower in the background, a Reading RS3 at Steamtown sits in the yard.
The departure board at New York Penn Station is looked at by tens of thousands of eye balls each day.