So Clean You Could Eat Off the Floor – But We Opted Not ToWashington State Department of Transportation 1402, a Siemens SC-44 diesel-electric passenger locomotive, rolled out of the... (more)
“Big Blue's Newest”Detail of CR C39-8 6007, temporarily assigned to static display on Track 10 at the Harrisburg Transportation Center during the dedication of PRR GG1 4859 on November ... (more)
"Thorough Locomotive Truck Wash" One of New York & Atlantic Railway's Senior MofE Mechanics, gets down and dirty to thoroughly clean the under body of GP38-2 271. NYAR's MofE crew takes loc... (more)
The K5LA horns on Amtrak ACS-64 Sprinters feature conical debris filters and heated back caps to prevent failure in the winter. Pretty tricked out!
The setting sun reflects off of Amtrak 795, a switcher that doesn't appear to have seen much action in some time.
Two toasters await their next move, and apparently a lot of bugs met their match when they got in they way of the one's previous run.
Here is the prime mover of FL9 2006, originally New Haven 2026. This prime mover was the powerhouse of many trains bringing thousands of tired commuters to and from work for decades. 2006 currentl... (more)
Amtrak work diesel 722 sitting out the snow storm at the Race Street Engine Terminal.
A close up view of the Nickel Plate Roads #765 builders plate. Built: September 8th, 1944. Retired: May 4th, 1963. Restored: September 1, 1979. At a weight of 440,800 pounds. This engine has a max... (more)
A detail shot of Reading and Northern #425's centered number board and headlight.
Four twenty five.
Sleeping Beauty- Resting peacefully in her stall, former High Iron Co. steam star 759 sits cold and forlorn, probably longing for heat in her firebox and steam in her cylinders once again...
UP 844 rests between excursion assignments in the UP Cheyenne steam shop.
The GM Aerotrain from the mid-50's
With the sun setting, it's onwards home with 10 empties for the CP London Pickup to lift. Today's chore included switching out Fiberglas, PDI Elizabeth St. and PDI Liquid (Huntsman) in Guelph.