Borrowed Time. On a crystal clear morning in Northeast New Mexico, Amtrak's Southwest Chief encounters the first pair of semaphore signals on its westbound journey to Los Angeles. Th... (more)
For the first time, and thanks to the volunteers of the touristic railway who repaired the turntable at Tallĺs, a train was able to run chimney first on the line from Tallĺs to Jädraĺs. The train ... (more)
PTG Tours charter train at Almorchón.
Burlington Northern grain train G02 climbs Winston Hill east of Louisville, Montana, passing through the semaphores at mile 224.7 on September 12, 1995.
Splitting the signals. Spewing out a plume that would make Beebe & Clegg smile, Clover Valley Lumber Company's saddle-tanker #4 splits the twin semaphores just west of Sunol Depot, in the l... (more)
Romanian diesel locomotive 060DA in the service of DB Schenker Rail Hungary hauling a tanker freight train passing the Börgönd station. The station has preserved and fully functional mechanical se... (more)
Veteran motive power passes antiquated signals in South Shropshire... An impromptu late afternoon southbound light engine move between Shrewsbury and Worcester resulted in a rare opportunity to ph... (more)
#48624 is arriving at the Quorn and Woodhouse station on the Great Central Railway with a freight train.
Witherslack Hall #6990 is leaving the Swithland Sidings with a passenger train from Loughborough. #6990 was designed by F W Hawkesworth and completed in April 1948 at the Great Western Works at Sw... (more)
Running on schedule, Amtrak's Southwest Chief #3 splits the intermediates at milepost 706.2 near Springer, New Mexico on a clear-filled day.
As dusk falls over Readville, MA, New Haven Railroad semaphores guard the junction of the Dorchester branch (now the MBTA Fairmount line) and the Midland branch (now the MBTA Forge Park line).
V36 204 enters Fützen station with an empty from Blumberg. On the left shunter "Köf 4607" can be seen.
Back in 1989, WP Pacific No 7641 arrives at Chinchpada with a train from Surat. The prototypes of these locos were built by Baldwin in 1947. This one was built in India in 1965.
Thundering into Shangdian station.