During WW II, in Great Britain also women took over the work of the absent railroaders. A reenacted scene by TimeLine Events at the steam depot of the Great Western Railway in Didcot, with 0-6-0 p... (more)
With the Christmas holiday behind us, A746 is back at it this morning as it prepares to depart Opelika heading north after dropping off interchange cars with NS. To the right, my beautiful girlfr... (more)
A warm greeting to a regional Ventimiglia-Genova, one of the last trains in transit on the mesmerizing waterfront of Cervo.
This stretch no longer exists: the rails have been moved on the other s... (more)
A pair of female shop workers in the yard at the East Chattanooga Shops. Female workers on the railroad and in American industry was a common sight during World War 2. Commonly known as "Rosi... (more)
"Rosie the Riveter" takes a break from her work during her night shift at the East Chatanooga Shops. This photo was staged as part of the March, 2018 Lerro Productions Charter at the Tennesse Vall... (more)
Mystery Woman on the Q train.
No 1000 was built by American Car & Foundry, 1935.
Waiting for the train!
Strasburg's Rail Road ex-N&W # 475 has been dressed up as Norfolk & Western 4-8-0 # 382 for a Lerro Productions charter.
One of the former NS motors leads Tri Rail P623 south as RP contributor Maryann gets her shots. There are only a handful of these motors on Tri Rail with most trains powered by Brookville.
On Railroad Property with Permission: Tri-State Railway Historical Society members take advantage of a photo stop at one of the trestles crossing the Rockaway River during a rare excursion... (more)
1890 Baldwin build Southern Consolidation #154 leads a short freight as a young lady takes notice
A Southern Rail Productions photo charter
Stopping to watch the train go by. Two women stop and watch as CN 7083 & CN 7054 head light on the East Side Canal Bank Spur after dropping off eight cars at the Robin Hood Flour Mill (the ... (more)
RP contributor Maryann waves at the driver and passengers aboard a set of Pacers as the local stopping service accelerates out of Dawlish. These units are slated to be withdrawn.
A passenger hurriedly takes to texting upon alighting this Pacific Surfliner, as the conductor prepares to highball.
Welcome to 2017! While the Class 1 Railroads continue standardizing everything, there are plenty of unique shortlines worth your time as my wife steps out to grab a shot of the KJRY FP9's.