The Empire Builder pauses at Columbus.
The patrol passes industry nearing Windsor, headed back to Portage from Madison. Increased workload on this branch means the bandits carry out their work in broad daylight on this former nocturna... (more)
Having recrewed east of town, #281 is on the move with an interesting consist today. It's passing the yard office with 92 loads, 0 empties, 7600'+ of train. I couldn't resist setting up and sho... (more)
The Empire Builder makes a stop at Columbus, passengers loading out of view behind the train on main #1. Today it will be a triple-spot, time in 1659, out at 1707, 3 private cars owned by the Fri... (more)
Detroit Edison empties head west past the location known as "the electrics" on the east side of Mendota.
NS power, with its distinctive chimes blowing for the crossings, leads a westbound through the curves at Mendota. The signal bridge will soon be replaced.
The wayfreight passes the depot tracks at West Union enroute to make a setout on the CNW interchange.
The NRHS special has unloaded and backs into Steamtown's yard tracks at sunset.
Enroute to KC then Chicago via the Marceline & Chilli subs.
The NRHS special has run, and the power makes a move out in the street to back around it's train.
EMD Macs are becoming more prevalent on this symbol, seen here westbound under the old CNW mainline coaling tower.
The Lehigh Rambler nears its station stop at Jim Thorpe. 450 passengers will soon descend upon the shops and restaurants in town.
The bell clanging, ole #425 makes a very brief appearance chugging through town.
The 'blue pacific' has new meaning to me.
The NRHS special hustles into the Lehigh Gorge passing the siding switch at Tannery, enroute to Jim Thorpe and ultimately Port Clinton.