A lone SD40-2 carries a short freight train across the old trestle bridge at French's Hollow on the outskirts of Schnectady, NY. Despite it being the waning days of Winter, Spring seems very far a... (more)
Several B20 diesels slowly plod up the Mountain on their way to the top. While foggy at the base, the view from the top of Mount Washington would prove to be one of the nicest of the year.
The trip up to the top of Mount Washington on the Cog Railway is not for those afraid of heights. The scenery and size of the landscape can make one feel quite small as well. This is one of the fe... (more)
A B20 diesel and the Steam Engine Knacamagus head down from Mount Washington as more passenger head up. This is one of the few passing loops on the single track line that goes up to the top.
After a thirty minute journey, tourists are treated to a spectacular view atop Mount Washington which would prove to be one of the nicest of the year.
Coming out of the clouds and into the sunlight On railfans day at Mount Washington Cog Railway there was a runby about halfway up the mountain, which happened to be where the clouds were. T... (more)
We're on the summit of Mount Washington, where we see the steam train as it prepares to depart back down the mountain to Marshfield Station. The weather has changed again, and the engine and coac... (more)
A busy Fall day at the base station of the Mount Washington Cog Railway in 1999.
The last steam train running on the Mt. Washington is seen arriving back at the base station behind the #9 .One of the bio-diesel replacements waits to go up the mountain.
Mount Washington Cog Railway loco 'Tip Top' blasts away from the base station as it commences the climb to the summit with its single coach, 13/10/01. ©www.railphotoprints.co.uk - John Chalcraft
Q136 heads east through downtown Pittsburgh on an absolute beautiful late summer evening. Station Square is on the bottom left, which now features 65 stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues ... (more)
Q353 sneaks by westbound before 4 eastbounds go through the single track J&L Tunnel as viewed from Mount Washington.
Viewed from one of Pittsburgh's premier tourist spots, a CSX freight makes its way westward along the Monongahela.
L217 curves through the Southside on a crisp, clear spring evening.
The Southside Flats are visible to the left of this coal train.