Amtrak 305 hasn't pulled one of America's Passenger trains at 79 MPH in a long time, the unit along with 3 "heritage" cars has been getting a lot of use over the last 15 years training F... (more)
The LOW20 has finished their work on the Torrance Branch and heads towards the El Segundo Industrial to make a run to Chevron. 1022 has been assigned to LA for about a year, and it shows.
It is just before 9am on June 19th as the Caldwell County Railroad's GP16s, both still in original Seaboard paint, meet each other at the railroad's yard in Hickory, NC. The Caldwell County line ... (more)
The Mississippi Central PREX 1611 EMD GP16 and PREX 101 EMD CF7 tied down in Red Bay AL 5-2-20 notice the old wooden water tower still standing in the back ground.
Hartwell Railroad GP35 Nº3044, still with it's as delivered regalia from 1965 although extremely weathered is at Rose Acres Mill in Bowersville, Georgia on the evening of April 25, 2020.
The power for GF86 has finished their work for the week and are taking a rest on a beautiful early March afternoon. The heritage of GFRR 502 is showing through. The "BM" initials on the nose tel... (more)
Aging Away - A GP40-2 still painted in the original SP colors idles away at the Anaheim wye. The rust over the years has become apparent on the paint, however it is still a one of a kind un... (more)
The kitbashed RF&P unit is fired up for today's events as the J-ball and ex-Con are moved up the line and out of the way.
A close-up of perhaps the coolest faded paint job ever - OmniTRAX's GP7U which runs the industrial area of north Denver.
The crew of the Caldwell County Railroad is bringing their customer, Shurtape Technologies, a single tanker car. They will drop this car off and pick up 1 that is waiting for them just out of vi... (more)
Sitting in the Bright Texas SunOn October 27, 2016, Texas Gonzales & Northern Railway SD40 132 is seen just outside the railroad’s enginehouse in Harwood, Texas. Built by EMD's Can... (more)
The Santa Cruz Branch Rail Line – where the beach reaches the rails. Keeping Mother Nature at bay is a full time job for the crews of the Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railway.
At their final resting place, 2 Ex Norfolk Southern High Hood EMD GP38s sit at the Housatonic engine shops baking in the sun, these units have been here for years and have not moved since, the 2 u... (more)
Ex-NW 890 works the south yard at ADM Clinton.
The railfan's gold mine of odd and rare engines sit at LTEX as they await their fate of being restored or used as parts.