On 21 August 1993, the two new Re 456 of the VHB in "Colani-Design" were presented to the public. Here the Re 456 142 "Gutenburg" with an extra train at the stop Gutenburg (cov... (more)
Coast Starlight on the coast in daylight! On the afternoon of August 22, 2017, we catch the Amtrak Coast Starlight northbound through Goleta, California just outside of El Capitan State Beach Camp... (more)
Photographer- my Father- Guy Lisowski.
A pair of RF&P GP40-2s pull a TOFC consist northbound past what was a great train watching location for many years; RF&P "Potomac Yard," affectionately re... (more)
The last train of the day steams along the Delaware River, attracting the attention of a couple fishermen along the way.
With little options to shoot this inbound CSX manifest, the last option was to shoot from the less desirable overpass on Harlem Road. If it wasn't for the old telegraph poles and chain link fence ... (more)
Short intrusion of light into the bend of Stryj river finds a mini-freight conveying DT-75 tractor to Strilky station, which was under reconstruction back those days.
Engine 142's fireman takes a look at his fire as 142 waits to go to the shed after a day of excursions
Last rays of sun shine on engine 142 running on the Bel Del Railroad on for a Pete Lerro photo special.
Bel Del railroad 142 runs along mainstreet in this scene from a recent Pete Lerro Trip. The weather was great and as always Pete and his crew put on a wonderful trip enjoyed by all in attendence. ... (more)
Former NYS&W 142 rolls along the Delaware River with the last excursion of the day.
This is not something you see every day. The 142 has had all 96 of her tubes removed. So that you could see many of the tube holes, the Chief Mechanical Officer set up two lights inside the boiler... (more)
Let's see how the tram lanes are shared by other vehicles.
142 has just crossed the main Limerick - Dublin road and the level crossing can just be seen rising in the background. With the load of shale it powers up the bank en route to the Cement works.
A view here of the once regular Cement Train from Limerick to Waterford at a location about a mile East of Limerick Junction. 149 is the other engine.