Older power idles behind the Albina engine house.
BNSF C44-9W 5268, NS SD60I 6730 leading a westbound tabletop train at Topock, Arizona.
Shunting engine Moyse type BL18 (left) and BN32 built 1973 by Gaston Moyse. Both engines are operated today by the heritage railway "Le Train Touristique du Cotentin".
I'm not sure what is more interesting - the matched set of Soo Line GP38-2s in 2018 or the BNSF hopper that wanted to free range on a local gravel road.
Synthetic gypsum train for USG Washingtonville Plant is parked by the runaround as the crew ran out of time earlier in the morning just short of their destination. KGLX 109089 hopper was damaged i... (more)
Iowa Interstate's westbound road freight handles 49 loaded flatcars from the Illinois National Guard. According to the Illinois National Guard Facebook page, the Guard was sending equipment and tr... (more)
AVE S.100.020 from Madrid, crosses with the train loaded with vans from Ávila, and destination Barcelona Can Tunis, leaving an unusual image of this meeting.
Nearly a half a century after the demise of the Great Northern Railway, GN 50-foot boxcar No. 319499 sits at the former GN yard in Sandpoint, Idaho, on October 12, 2017. Even though it is rusty an... (more)
IC 3107 shoves its' train east after switching the west end of the Nestle Spur in Burlington, WI on July 6th, 2018. 2 brakemen ride the lead hopper car to flag crossings. This is one of the few re... (more)
French-American WWI collaboration
The freight cars are American. They were built in the USA and shipped across the Atlantic in kits, then assembled in La Rochelle (France) by the U... (more)
WWI American cars in France
In 1917-1918, the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) needed its own logistics to supply the millions men sent fighting on the war front with Germany. ... (more)
WWI American Expeditionary Force
In 1917-1918, the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) needed its own logistics to supply the millions men sent fighting on the war front with German... (more)
Canadian National light derrick 50367 spends the weekend on a siding in Gananoque, Ontario.
Auto Carriers are prepared for unloading on Amtrak's Auto Train.