First outing of the OCS for 2023 is another first, getting the train heading across the Brunswick Subdivision. A very new procedure, allowing for regular daylight photographs on this line for the... (more)
First outing of the OCS for 2023 is another first of sorts, for the photographer, getting the train heading north past the depot. Has only happened like this a couple times thus far.
Wrapped and non-wrapped F40s lead VIA 67 past CN 400.
An Amtrak Capitol Corridor train meets a UP manifest as it approaches Oakland's Jack London Square Station.
Metra's evening rush hour kicks off from Chicago's Ogilvie Transportation Center as a pair of UP North/Northwest commuters leave the Chicago skyline behind on an already dark commute to Chicago's ... (more)
There's a J-train under all that snow. After a derailment on CN's Kingston Sub caused all VIA trains from Montreal to Toronto to be cancelled for three days, VIA Rail was given the okay to ... (more)
A late VIA 14 rumbles across the Etchemin River bridge
The 80th running of the Santa Train crosses the Holston River on a beautiful late Fall afternoon.
A pait of matching F40PHs, no. 6417 and 6401, are reversing VIA 33 out of Montreal's Central Station over the icy Lachine Canal on what was formerly a lift bridge and past Wellington Tower which o... (more)
VIA train no. 35 to Ottawa splits a pair of vintage searchlight dwarf signals at MP2 of CN's Montreal subdivision, lead by F40PH no. 6414.
VIA's F40PH no. 6419 leads a short 4-car LRC consist as train no. 67 over Montreal's frozen Lachine Canal with final destination Toronto.
The day after Montreal got about a foot of snow VIA 65 is crossing over from the North Track to the South Track, with VIA 6404 and six LRC cars.
The CSX office car train departs Washington Terminal's upper level for Richmond. Note the former B&O moonlight dome in the consist, back at it's home terminal.
Grand Canyon F40PH 4124 departs Williams bound for the Grand Canyon.
Watched over by two local classics this unit on the "San Diegan" is a type becoming a classic. Retired, for the most part, like me. Hey, maybe I'm a classic?