An LIRR rush hour train is eastbound on the main line and going away from the camera just east of Merillon Ave. Station, with LIRR 606 carrying the markers on the rear.
The SNC shut down back in the Spring of 2018. Since then they have been making clean up moves to get all the equipment off the former D&H Adirondack Branch. On September 7th, the final move of equ... (more)
RF&P 1002 has seen better days. This streamliner once wore the RF&P's gray and blue scheme and hauled passenger around Washington D.C and Richmond. Today its owned by the Virginia Museum of Transp... (more)
MBTA 4261 was the only one of the system's eight ex-PRR E8s to receive this solid gray paint job, earning it the nickname "Gray Ghost". It posed at Boston's South Station while awaiting ... (more)
As the sun drops low on a long summer evening, MBTA E8 4261 hustles a short Providence-Boston commuter local through Central Falls, RI. The 4261 was the only one of the MBTA's eight ex-PRR E-units... (more)
On a rainy November afternoon, Canadian National train 35, the Montreal-Toronto Bonaventure, rattles the old brick station at Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec, as it speeds west behind a pair of MLW ... (more)
Dallas Union Terminal in January 1964. Santa Fe (ATSF) E8A #87 on train No.11 the Kansas Cityan, Rock Island (CRI&P) E6A #630 on train No.17 the Twin Star Rocket, and the Colorado & Southern E5A ... (more)
During August 2018, privately-owned Clyde/EMD streamliner 42103 was repainted by Lithgow Railway Workshops in the 1980s era 'Candy Stripe' livery of the former NSW State Rail Authority. On its del... (more)
Metro-North Commuter FL9AC 2046 at Frontier yard in Buffalo, New York.
GN 274 poses in the afternoon light at Garibaldi with the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad's evening dinner train.
Canadian Pacific GMD FP7A 1416, F9B 1902 and FP7A 1426 near Windsor station Montreal, Quebec on July 01, 1965.
The Manly Junction owned Rock Island E units were on loan to the Hub City Heritage Museum for "Railroad Days" display. Here the slant nosed 630 sits, casting it's reflection on the rail... (more)
CN MLW FPA-4 6772 and CN FP9A 6514 at rue Saint-Ambroise, Montreal, Quebec on April 10, 1965.