The 'Brunswick Green' (same color as the former Conrail office car train) is evident in this lighting as the PC Heritage SD70ACe 1073 takes a spin on the Spencer turntable and the Erie and NYC Her... (more)
When you are a major railroad you can utilize equipment like drop tables and overhead cranes to replace locomotive trucks. When you are a shortline or a regional railroad, most often, you are not... (more)
Some Assembly Required Looking a little worse for wear, the SLRG 8542 is seen missing a few components as it sits on RIP tracks east of the depot with the remains of a fellow steam engine ... (more)
While the CN recently has put a few ex-WC GP 40's back into service these 5 geeps are getting work done to prep them for sale. The buyer wanted the units in working order so the shops is getting t... (more)
Woodcrest shops service tracks have a few units this warm evening. The 2512 is getting some work done to it after some touch paint was done on the nose. Woodcrest doesn't do the heavy painting lik... (more)
One of the few remaining class 37s, operated by DRS, receives overhaul in Crewe shed. The class 37 dates from the early 1960s - this example, originally with split head code, has been at various t... (more)
The Coney Island Yard is the largest rapid transit yard in the world. The complex covers nearly 75 acres and performs heavy maintenance and overhaul on many of the subway cars in New York City.
Running Repair- GTW 4932 receives gas and running repair in the CN Woodcrest Fuel building.
New-built doble-deck "TGV Duplex" cars wait to be coupled together to form a new trainset at Alstom's La Rochelle plant.
MNNR 75 under heavy repair inside the old Minnesota Transfer roundhouse.
7243 rests on Wernigerode shed after a days work on the Harzer Schmalspurbahen.
NS 7559 stops for servicing in Bluefield.
A brakeman heads across the tracks to throw a switch while the lead locmotive of his consist waits in the washer at Queensgate Yard.
Asleep before another day of hard work in the Andes, from left to right: GE C39-8 1014, ex NS GE C39-8 8604, GE C30M-3 1000.