CSX Q216 with SD70MAC 4533 in charge splits the endangered
B&O CPL signals that are found along the Indiana Subdivision
as it heads east for Cincinnati.
A green, yellow, and red combination of searchlights rest under the stars and moonlight on a cold winter night.
Norfolk Southern train U52 rolls through Dismal Yard with a loaded coal train from Consol passing the CPL's at 'Anchor' on the Buchanan Branch.
Norfolk Southern SD70ACe #1028 brings a string of empty coke hoppers past the CPL's at 'Anchor' on the north side of Dismal Yard. They'd spot up the cars at SunCoke and run light back to Weller.
LNL heads back to Lima with a former CSX SD50 leading, seen here heading out of Hamler into rural Prentiss.
IORY LNL returns back from Delta with 30 cars for Lima, as they cross the CSX at Hamler.
CRC / NKP GP30 No. 902 is the power for the Cincinnati Dinner Train as it "splits the uprights" of the old PRR CPL signals at CP OAKLEY on the I&O's Oasis Sub.
A fresh snow has fallen on the ground overnight in Trinidad, Colorado making some fantastic sunny photo opportunities in the morning. One of the more challenging shots on the line, the intermediat... (more)
With the sun fading over the New Mexico Desert, Amtrak #4 heads east to Chicago. The train knocks down a set of almost 100 year old semaphores, dating back to the steam era.
Santa Fe EMD GP60M No. 104 leads a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe intermodal train past the milepost 27 semaphore on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision main line at Woodlin east of T... (more)
Fair Haven & Westville open streetcar 355 pauses at the semaphore signal along the Connecticut Trolley Museum's 1.5-mile main line.
Westbound Amtrak Southwest Chief at intermediate signals 786.2 east of Chapelle.
NJ Transit train 53 has just completed its revenue run to Port Jervis and waits for the switch to be lined into their yard as an ex-Erie searchlight looms overhead.
The Lima B Job exits the Ottawa Loop, and enters the CSX Toledo Sub at the South End of Ottawa heading for Lima.
UP Big Boy 4014 (4-8-8-4) splits the signals at Egbert, Wyoming. There are many railfans eagerly waiting to catch this beauty again this year as it runs west from Cheyenne.