The Clinchfield 676 (UP 3985) splits the old C&O signals while deadheading south on the Big Sandy to Shelby Yard
The Big Boy's crew goes about its business as UTA No. 1 powers a FrontRunner commuter train above UP SD70AH No. 8937
Big Boy in the beautiful Weber River valley on the last lap to Ogden. Thanks to my very patient wife of 38 years for persuading me to make the trip and for her help with driving/navigation.
The UP 4014 is starting up the westbound Wasatch grade out of Evanston, heading into a wind-whipped light steady rain
The Spike 150 Train Excursion is rolling along at about 40 mph behind UP Big Boy No. 4014 and 4-8-4 No. 844, paralleling old US Route 30 and I-84.
A steady light rain with some snow mixed in is pelting the 4014 as it heads toward the summit at Wahsatch, Utah, about 10 miles upgrade
The 4014 and 844 have created their own cloud formations as they exit Weber Canyon on the last lap to Ogden.
UP 4014 and 844 heading west out of Evanston, in a light steady rain
To commemorate the 154th anniversary of the Lincoln funeral train, a replica consist was run on a 5/8-mile long segment of the pre-1900 PRR mainline recently rebuilt by Stone Gables Estate.
The pre-1900 Pennsylvania Railroad mainline west of Elizabethtown was recently rebuilt by Stone Gables Estate. On April 22 and 23, to commemorate the 154th anniversary of the Lincoln funeral trai... (more)
The only two F69PHAC units ever built head east with the German ICE Train in tow. The old PRR freight station on the left still stands.
Night scene at the 1985 50th Anniversary NRHS Convention in Strasburg, with PRR light Atlantic 7002 posing by the recently restored J-Tower. Strasburg engineer Linn Moedinger is about to grab ord... (more)
The 611 & 1218 are coming from the Shaffers Crossing Shops to doublehead the NRHS convention special out of town.
Over the River and Through the Woods: Locomotive 152 leads a short passenger train over a partially frozen river in the woods of Michigan on a beautiful winter day. Photo taken as part of a... (more)
Juniata Terminal's Pennsy E8s are passing under the twin 28th Division bridges, on their way back from Spencer, NC. Note the 28th Division's "Bloody Bucket" symbol, right.