C&S train number 7, the Gulf Coast Special, is crossing the Arkansas River south of Pueblo Colorado in 1936. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
A pair of SD70M's lead Union Pacific's OCS train as it rolls across the Trinity River on a rainy Sunday morning in Dallas, Texas. This is a deadhead move from Council Bluffs on its way to be stage... (more)
Train CC 29 of the Pilatus Bahnen (PB) with two railcars Bhe 2/2 is reaching the top station Pilatus Kulm on 2132 meter a.s.l., while at the same time a paragliding tandem flight has just started.
Cogwheel steamlocomotive HG 3/4 # 9 (built 1914 by SLM) of the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke (DFB) pulls the train134 from Oberwald via Gletsch-Furka pass to Realp through the gorge of the Furkareus... (more)
Cogwheel steamlocomotive HG 3/4 # 4 (built 1913 by SLM) of the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke (DFB) pulls the train 133 from Realp over the Furka to Gletsch and Oberwald through the gorge of the Furk... (more)
Czechoslovak-made diesel locomotives are waiting for work.
Three BN C30-7s share the honors with an SD70MAC leading a coal train that is about to rattle the UP diamonds in Fremont, NE. Fuji Astia.
I031-15 starts across the Susquehanna River.
Life Saver On The River Sub. On Sunday, July 16, 2023, CSXT 4568 (née-CSXT 768, SD70MAC, 3/2000) led CSX train M404-15 to Selkirk, seen on the Hudson River near Tomkins Cove in Stony Point... (more)
Rolling through Sandwich, Illinois on October 01, 1959 a westbound Burlington freight is propelled by a trio of Chinese Red high-nose SD24's on the point. Here U.S. Route 34 parallels the CB&Q m... (more)
CSXT's Baltimore & Ohio Heritage Locomotive #1827 leads train I028-16 northbound through Chelsea, AL.
BNSF H1 SD40-2 1842 rests between assignments in Galesburg Yard. Taken during the VIP Yard tour during Galesburg Railroad Days.
Former Santa Fe C40-8W 876 sits in back of the diesel shop in Galesburg, waiting to be moved to LTEX for scrap. Taken during the VIP Yard tour during Galesburg Railroad Days.
CEFX AC4400CW 1055 sits in the yard in Galesburg as seen during a VIP yard tour during railroad days.
Watching and control,my son Matias taking his first steps as a fireman assistant, something that the writer did 30 years ago.