Northbound OCS by Fair Siding, viewed from Susquehanna Trail highway overpass.
Two of Conrail’s “Executive E’s” are being readied for their next journey outside the enginehouse where they reside. The 4022 exists today, repainted in its original scheme as Erie 833.
Traveling over the Nashville & Eastern the Tennessee Central Railway Museum's E8 6902 leads a wine train east to Baxter. Following the leader are two B units painted in the L&N passenger scheme al... (more)
The westbound Niagara Rainbow departs Buffalo for Detroit on Labor Day weekend, 1978. In five months, the train would be cut back to terminate in Niagara Falls.
New Jersey Transit E-Unit No. 4253 resplendent in new paint and NJT logos at the United Railroad Historical Society photo shoot.
southbound Southern Crescent departing Hattiesburg, MS
northbound Southern Crescent approaching Hattiesburg, MS
The Pennsy E Units continue east as the pass under a NYC style G signal bridge just west of La Porte.
The Pennsy E Units pass through the steel bridges at South Chicago on their way home to Philadelphia.
The Pennsy E Units depart Chicago on a beautiful Sunday morning after attending National Train Day in Chicago.
Ex-Union Pacific 970B, ex-Amtrak 468, then 1919, then 669, then sold to Alaska RR and became their head-ens power car P7.
At the time of this picture B&O had lost the mail contract and this run had been cut back to Parkersburg. So that is the explanation for one coach and one E unit. The thing that no one saw coming ... (more)
Amtrak E units are starting to look fresh again and soon F 40s will come and first Generation steam heated passenger trains will be gone.
With the Bush train shed roof and catenary framing her, DL&W 807 basks in the warm sunshine of a September morning at Hoboken Terminal.
One of each is available today on the roundhouse tracks at the turntable. An E8, SW1, RDC, RS1 and SW 1500.