It's a Cold February night and passengers has already de-trained from the last schedule Valentines Dinner train for the evening. The foggy background starts to light up while the northbound NS 28... (more)
Built in 1882 as a Wagner Palace Sleeping Car, the Pullman Company modified the rail car in 1910 for the U.S. Bureau of Mines’ program to improve mine safety and rescue operations in Colorado’s co... (more)
Pullman #451 nee Joseph Early Widener Lynnewood
Looking south on the former Clinchfield, the intermediate signal is for the north end of the siding at Kermit, on the opposite side of Clinch Mountain Tunnel (just ahead).
Cincinnati Union Terminal's south end throat, looking northeast.
In fresh blue paint, N&W Pullman McDowell County is lined up to go east on the rear of the "Pocahontas" later in the evening.
ACL passenger car sitting on display at Rocky Mount depot