As me and a friend travelled across Hamilton photographing trains, we happen to come across this RMPX locomotive sitting in plain view on a hot summer day in Hamilton Yard. With not enough time to... (more)
Basking in the late afternoon light near the Mojave airport, ex-Apalachicola Northern SW9 RMPX 711 is resplendent in its new red paint.
NECR 500, the woodchip train, makes its way south into St. Albans yard limits as they make their way to Burlington where the woodchips will be unloaded. The cars are loaded a few miles north of th... (more)
NECR 500 crosses the trestle at Georgia en route to Essex Junction and Burlington.
RMPX 9457, FEC 722, GSCX 7368
RMPX 9457- GCSX 7369-NECR 3847 bring NECR train 324 south through Brattleboro, VT.
A peek into the Alabama Gulf Railroad yard in Pensacola, Florida. That first unit looks as if it may just roll off the tracks. Probably an illusion applified by the telephoto lens.
Georgia Florida locomotive fleet. RMGX 9308 (Built 1966) Serial Number A2171, numbered CN 4008 > CN 9308 > RMGX 9308.
Shadows of old times along the former Central of Vermont can be seen even today. New England Central runs the show now, but the CN colors on this Canadian wide-nose unit still look great.
RMPX 711 and two boxcars sit on the Progress Rail lead in the industrial park at Mojave, framed almost perfectly by a rainbow in the western sky.
RMPX 711 (ex-AN) SW9 sitting at the Progress Rail facility at Mojave, CA under the last rays of evening sunlight.