What is just a nondescript photo is a bit more interesting once you know some background. The young fellow in the middle (blue shirt, glasses and moustache) is none other than Wick Moorman, today ... (more)
Passengers enjoy a brief layover at Canton Lincoln Highway Station on board CVSR Observation Car "St. Lucie Sound" during a special run.
Then-new CSX Transportation president Jerry Davis (right, inside the track observation car) sits with Corbin Division superintendent Don Hutson as the conductor on his inspection train lines the b... (more)
Former NC&StL "City of Memphis" 1103 became L&N 2599 in the early '60s. Used mostly for extra service, it's on the rear of the northbound Pan-American, train 98, leaving Louisville at dusk. Tomorr... (more)
How the mighty have fallen...no longer in first-class service
A crew member polishes the brass railing on the "Mount Stephens" as it heads west from the Upper Spiral Tunnel.
The NS business train arrives in Pittsburgh with NS 23 "Bunea Vista" bringing up the rear. The building in the background is Penn Station which now hosts premium apartments.
Observation "Good Cheer" from the original "Southern Belle"
Here is the reverse angle of photo #212925 of the PRR E8 trip over the Portland Secondary to Scranton. Juniata Terminal's obs car the Pennsylvania brings up the rear of the train as the tra... (more)
Juniata Terminal observation car 120 brings up the rear of a special train crossing the old Lehigh & Hudson River bridge.
On this date, a vintage California Zephyr car brought up the rear of the train as a snow cloud moved above. The westbound "Silver Solarium" was originally owned by the CB&Q.
Still painted for Royal Rail - this colorful obs car sits at the museum yard
The "Blue Comet" lives in 1975!
Butterworth Tours cars from football special on the rear of the Rock's Quad Cities train as it departs Joliet