Almost halfway between Chicago and Detroit, this classic 1887 MC/NYC brick and red sandstone depot in the Romanesque style is one of the survivors from the golden age of rail travel in the U.S.
Here are some 737 bodies waiting to be delivered to the Boeing plant
The WSOR is in the process of having a contractor rebuild a crossing in Baraboo, accounting for the timbers on the track. They have elected to leave the wig wags in (thankfully!), and the midday a... (more)
Looks like a hot box got the better of a loaded (potash) CN covered hopper and put it on it's side with other hoppers derailed on either side of it.
"Look, Listen, Live". Nikon D70 18-70mm. www.bayarearailroading.com
66011 at Micklewood crossing with the 6M68 (SO) Burngullow-Irvine china clay slurries. Check out that bent frame! Back to EMD in Ontario?
Railfreight Petroleum-liveried 60014 passes Wistanstow with the 6V75 Dee Marsh-Margam steel train.
Still in Mainline Freight blue nine years after it became obsolete, 60044 climbs out of Shrewsbury at Hencott with the 6M86 Margam–Dee Marsh steel train.
Hauling a motley collection of carriages, 67022 passes Micklewood, Dorrington with the Mid-Cheshire Rail Users Association's 06.25 1Z58 "Two Avons Express" Altrincham to Eastleigh railtour.
An Alco S1, redundant from use at the Margam Steelworks, Port Talbot, and still several thousand miles from home, mounted on a stub of track outside the former loco works at Oswestry, now a retail... (more)
The long abandoned tracks of the 1907 Bow Tunnel are a reminder of the history of the PRR's Conemaugh Division. The tunnel was closed in 1950 and the line relocated to the steel bridge erected abo... (more)
Chicago Union's Great Hall with ticket concourse in rear
Louisville & Nashville #1100 Railway Post Office