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Louie's Cabooses

By: partneylr777
Album Views: 24,321
Have you ever watched cabooses, enjoyed their uniqueness, wondered about the men inside, or the jobs they do? Once an everyday sight on the rails, they have decreased in numbers, yet they are a very important part of railroad history.
The Milwaukee Road Not Taken

By: Jeffrey Carlyle
Album Views: 24,208
Interesting Milwaukee Road items

By: ollie
Album Views: 24,096

By: Németh János
Album Views: 24,061
Back in the Day

By: Sean M
Album Views: 24,012
Back in the day when steam ruled the rails to early diesels, and really cool stuff.
ALCo Locomotives

By: Pete Greischar
Album Views: 23,874
ALCo Locomotives
Famous Diesels: the Alsthom CC72000 family

By: Jean-Marc Frybourg
Album Views: 23,852
The French Alsthom CC72000 and her cousins in other countries: Morocco, Portugal, Argentina
Sumptuous railroad facilities

By: Jean-Marc Frybourg
Album Views: 23,702

By: Pete Greischar
Album Views: 23,566
Unique shortlines

By: ollie
Album Views: 23,560
Inside -> Outside

By: Jean-Marc Frybourg
Album Views: 23,320
RailPictures from Romania

By: Florin Moldovan
Album Views: 23,304
Stu's Trains

By: Ausie Stu 4
Album Views: 23,014
Phots I like

By: Peter Lewis
Album Views: 22,823
A gallery of photos featuring substantial urban skylines.
EMD Locomotives

By: Pete Greischar
Album Views: 22,799
Interesting, rare, and just plain nice EMDs.

By: Craig Williams
Album Views: 22,746
New Zealand - KiwiRail and Tranz Rail (North Island)

By: John Russell
Album Views: 22,677
Trains on KiwiRail network from Whangarei in the north to the capital, Wellington. The track gauge is 3' 6" (1.067m) with grades up to 1 in 35 (3%.)
Heritage Units

By: David Ashley
Album Views: 22,644
Photos of Amtrak, Norfolk Southern and Union Pacific locomotives with paint schemes that commemorate their predecessors, or paint schemes of the past.
Wheels and Rods

By: Mitch Goldman
Album Views: 22,535
Nicely executed steam rods and wheel compositions.

By: Michael William Sullivan
Album Views: 22,510
The ashes of Conrail as they settled in the years after the NS/CSX split of 1999. This does not includes heritage locomotives or repaints.
Special Duty Locomotives

By: John Westfield
Album Views: 22,490
The EMD SD (special duty) series are a strong and reliable kind of locomotive which still serve America's rails today. They have proved themselves reliable by clocking in several million miles of freight service.
The Great Pennsy Electrification

By: Bob Kise
Album Views: 22,489
Trains under wires strung by the PRR
Austrian, Swiss and Italian Trains

By: Pete Boor
Album Views: 22,390
American Railroad Depots, Stations and Towers

By: partneylr777
Album Views: 22,348
Oh the stories these special buildings could tell. Originally the brains of the rails they monitored, working to insure effecient rail service for our nation! A tribute!

By: ollie
Album Views: 22,237
New Jersey Transit
CSX Transportation

By: David Ashley
Album Views: 22,200
A collection of photos from all over the far flung CSX system.
Snow Storm

By: Mitch Goldman
Album Views: 21,992
Photos captured during a snow storm.
Displayed Steam

By: ollie
Album Views: 21,932
Cold steam sitting for all to see.
Southwest Chief

By: Mazari Sharif
Album Views: 21,909

By: Craig Williams
Album Views: 21,835
BNSF's Oregon Trunk Subdivision: Rivers & Canyons

By: Jeremiah Lietke
Album Views: 21,623
The Oregon Trunk, the route most well known for the Deschutes Railroad War, still sees BNSF-and at times detouring UP-traffic today. This album covers all images taken along the line between Celilo and Chemult, Oregon.
Used Locomotives

By: John Westfield
Album Views: 21,592
After years of service, even the most reliable of locomotives get worn out.
(NS) - Norfolk Southern - (NS)

By: Paul Bungard
Album Views: 21,526
C&NW in Upper Michigan

By: Chuck Schwesinger
Album Views: 21,500
This will be photos that were taken north of Green Bay on the C&NW ore lines. Mainly photos of ore trains will be in this album along with some manifest trains and switch jobs that worked the area.
Moving People

By: Craig Walker
Album Views: 21,343
A collection of streetcars and subways

By: Florin Moldovan
Album Views: 21,303
Trains vs. weather

By: mattkdettman
Album Views: 21,187
Vintage Montreal Trains

By: Michael Berry
Album Views: 21,070
Trains in the Montreal area from the good old days...
A whole lotta' Alcos (And MLWs)

By: David H
Album Views: 21,062
All the best Alco photos on RP.net
Matched Sets

By: Peter Lewis
Album Views: 21,047
No matter what the paint or engine, there is something about a pair or group of identical engines that really makes a photo tick.
Colorful - Crazy - Consists

By: James R Doughty
Album Views: 20,998
Crazy pool power consists, colorful gatherings of locomotives at a diesel service area, or a mixture of colorful locomotives in storage lines. A minimum of four different paint schemes required.
GE's in Australia

By: mark woody
Album Views: 20,949
CSX Chattanooga Sub (J-Line)

By: KD Rail Photography
Album Views: 20,860
Best shots and/or classic scenes on the CSX J-Line from Nashville, TN to Chattanooga, TN.
Peru - FCCA Ferrocaril Central del Peru

By: John Russell
Album Views: 20,823
French Steam: Mountains

By: Jean-Marc Frybourg
Album Views: 20,815
Connecticut Valley Railroads

By: Ellis Simon
Album Views: 20,695
Photos of trains on rail lines serving New England's Connecticut River Valley
Rail Stations

By: Florin Moldovan
Album Views: 20,643
Chile - Ferronor and FCAB Ferrocarril Antofagasta Bolivia

By: John Russell
Album Views: 20,633

By: partneylr777
Album Views: 20,592
There are times when many engines, cars or cabooses are concentrated in a location. Such sites are for storage, economic reasons, active power needs or for rebuilding. For others, wear and tear have brought their usefulness to and end.
South American Railways

By: Pete Boor
Album Views: 20,562

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