Beautiful: Ferrobus in the depot Ibarra
Under a haze of smoke from the many wildfires burning in the Northwest, a Union Pacific Stack rounds through lush Rushton Point on the Columbia River.
Southeast of Wenatchee, Washington is the Great Northern's crossing of the Columbia River. Completed in 1893, it required upgrades to be able to handle larger and heavier locomotives by 1925. The ... (more)
A Westbound pulls through CP Leets as a EB is lit through going the other way on Main 2.
Amtrak 43 and NS 21M take the signal at CP SO within just 30 seconds of each other. Once Amtrak cleared on Main 2, 578 was lit out of SO, waiting in the yard there.
2 trains move through CP Wood westbound. The one on Main 2 cleared the CP first and note both FREDs in the interlocking and disappear around the corner.
Demonstration of unloading coal in the 1950s/1960s of the last century by Association IG 3 Seenbahn.
A Helper set returns to Altoona after assisting a freight to Pittsburgh, and lights up the signals at Pack on their way home. Today replacement signals are standing at the Westbound signals and a ... (more)
NS C39 takes an Approach Medium at CP Leech with power on both ends. A New replacement stands today next to the current signal.
With the moon ahead. NS 10G approaches CP Leech on the Conemaugh Line. Replacement signals are on site at this location now. Only a matter of time remains
A westbound lights up the PRR Signalbridge at Hawstone on the Middle Division, the bridge itself used to be the old Eastbound signals for CP Spruce
Luxury train 'Tren Crucero' runs twice monthly between Guayaquil and Quito. Here the train stops at Machachi (2886m asl)
NS I1T lights up both PRR and New signals at CP Port which today won't be around much longer.
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".
NS 63V lights up MG Interlocking along with the 1944 year built Tower as it roars up the mountain with a helper on the front.