A splash of sunshine found its way through the overhead structures at Boston's North Station to illuminate MBTA FP-10 1107 standing at the bumper after its arrival with a commuter train. The MBTA'... (more)
Two FPA4's are moving the trailing coaches easily at track speed west of Montreal.
A trio of Chicago & North Western F3A's and two GP7's at Riceville, Iowa in March 1977.
McCloud River Railroad's 2-6-2 No. 2 meets with an Great Northern F7 unit by the shop at the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad in Garibaldi, OR.
Both locomotives are owned by the tourist line and a... (more)
Alco meets EMD as the Delaware & Hudson's southbound Laurentian from Montreal arrives at the Albany-Rensselaer station behind PA 19, while Penn Central E8 4051 stands by on an Empire Service assig... (more)
A month before the coming of Amtrak, the power at Penn Central's New Haven Motor Storage adjacent to the station represents the usual PC mix, with an ex-PRR E8 and a GG1 joined by an ex-NH GP9 and... (more)
The MARC-RRE Special from Washington, DC to Frostburg, MD is braking to a stop to pick up passengers at the old B&O station in Silver Spring.
Lame Ducks at the Engine House
The engine house tracks at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania are full of locomotives that will soon leave the planet. Beside the Amtrak E-units, EMD GM10B dem... (more)
This solid orange scheme, as seen on 918-A, was used on Western Pacific near the end of the Orange and Silver era to save on painting costs.
Doyle McCormack's 1948 Alco built Nickel Plate PA-1 No. 190 rests within the Oregon Rail Heritage Center on display for visitors to gaze upon in between restoration sessions.
The locomotive ... (more)
Norfolk and Western F7As 3725 and 3667 rest in the engine terminal at the CN Yard on the Windsor riverfront while CN S7 8221 switches the yard. The GM Renaissance Center is near completion across... (more)
L&N EMD E6(A) 771 and E8(A) 787 southbound with train 99 The "Pan-American" near Louisville, Kentucky. The Pan-American passenger train operated by the Louisville & Nashville from 1921... (more)
NS 1800 and 1801 in Altoona yard along with the NS F units NS 4270, 4271, 4275, 4276 and some other interesting untis.
Smoking Up the Ozarks On a gloomy, rainy afternoon the Branson Scenic Railway excursion train emerges from one of the tunnels in Cricket, AR.