Heading out of Lagrange through south Pyne, intermodal containers pass over Pegasus Parkway with a fleet of BNSF power.
Holding the weight of mammoth trains and allowing them to travel for vast distances, the rail I guess you could say is the backbone of the railroad. The letter "I" typically represents its shape.... (more)
Now that's HOT!... The fusion of rails has just been made through the process of "Thermite Welding". Part of the hardened sand mould (which incloses and promotes the welding process) an... (more)
Built out of durable cast-iron this US&S Searchlight Signal has withstood the elements for decades with the ability to switch between three different aspects. Those aspects are red, yellow, and g... (more)
"Stars and Doll arms"... Under a star filled sky, the red and blue aspects of this US&S doll arm signal shine bright through the darkness of the night. Over a half century old and still controll... (more)
One of the last remaining US&S doll arm signals on the Lineville sub continues to stand tall in the blue hour light as it protects the north end of Pyne siding. CTC controlled signals have been d... (more)
Solid Built as a one piece cast design, just like its cousin of the self-guarded variety, the solid manganese steel f... (more)