With the shadows moving in rapidly, P37 sees the last light of the day passing the intermediate signal at White Sulphur with the Wabash heritage SD70ACe leading the way. The unit came in the previ... (more)
NS 45R assembles an outbound Cargill train in Gainesville with a fading former Southern Pacific AC44CW. The puddle of water was all that remained from the previous night's "snowstorm."
Roanoke's finest hustles through the High Point Amtrak station ahead of the incoming winter storm. The arctic blast brought out some beautiful plumes of smoke from the sleek J.
Making its inaugural run of 2017, Norfolk and Western 611 marches towards Spencer, NC for its annual inspection prior to a busy excursion season. Following the old Virginian route between Roanoke ... (more)
The Greenville & Western's annual Santa Express departs Belton for the second stop of the day in Cheddar. Now in its 10th year, the railroad continues to spread goodwill and holiday cheer to the c... (more)
While the Holiday Express tours were in full swing, KCS's A-B-A set of executive units idled under the 18th Avenue bridge alongside the two passenger cars and caboose owned by the city.
A Grenada Railway Polar Express excursion cuts through the cold December rain on a trip to the "North Pole" located in nearby Pope. Former CNW E8 No. 515 and a GRYR GP38-2 do the ... (more)
Kansas City Southern's "Southern Belle" executive trainset lays over in Newton, Mississippi before the Holiday Express display later on in the evening. The 15th year of this system-wide ... (more)
Hay there! NS 237 swings around the bend coming to the small community known as Raoul on its southbound trip to Atlanta.
As the sun begins to crest over the ridges, a hearty crowd of passengers gather around the "Queen of the Smokies" at the Bryson City depot prior to the excursion's trip to Nantahala.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad's recently restored consolidation No. 1702 races west for the Nantahala Outdoor Center with a 16 car train in tow, along with the assistance of a GP30 and GP9. Here,... (more)
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad's recently restored consolidation No. 1702 splits downtown Bryson City as the first Nantahala Gorge Excursion of the day departs on its westbound run.
A Tennessee Central Railway Museum-sponsored Nashville to Monterey fall foliage excursion races through the countryside east of Lebanon on a pleasant October morning.
An empty Paducah and Louisville coal train out of the Mill Creek Generating Station climbs over the first of two bridges over Muldraugh Hill in the quickly fading evening light.
As part of the TVRM's Railfest celebration, recently restored TAG GP38 No. 80 was dedicated and on display at the Grand Junction yard. Here we see a close up of the "John A. Chambliss."