Pine St. in Wiggins is looking very patriotic for the holiday weekend, and having the Phase III heritage unit just added to the patriotic theme. All I have to say is, Merica.
I was not alive the last time a passenger train like this ran on this line between Gulfport and Hattiesburg. I had to wade out in the waters a little bit, but wearing some Chaco's made that possi... (more)
I was not alive the last time a passenger train like this ran on this line between Gulfport and Hattiesburg. What a treat it was to catch this train in good light!
Saw this train rolling SB along the coastline as I sat in a lawn chair admiring the view from my campsite at Jalama Beach. Barely had time to get my camera and run up the hill to grab this shot. ... (more)
After stopping to take on water, Santa Fe 3751 is on the move as it heads south towards San Diego with the AARPCO passenger special.
The old meets the new as ATSF 3751 with the AAPRCO passenger special pulls up for a water stop while a northbound Amtrak Pacific Surfliner races by.
Gutted by fire. The former Delaware Lackawanna & Western station in East Stroudsburg was gutted by a fire early Monday morning. The depot, built in 1856, was home to a bar and restaurant na... (more)
With eyes watching each wheel, the 3751 crawls through the Miramar Wye on a warm afternoon. Canon EOS 40D
As the sun begins to set, ATSF 3751 reverses to Old Town to pick up her passengers before heading back north into the night. Canon EOS 40D
Steamtown's (CN) 1917-built 'Mikado' #3254 pulls up to the Steamtown station as CP's (SOO) 1989-built SD60M #6062 sits on a side track in the background. The reflection on the side of the 3254 is ... (more)
CN 3254 gets serviced by the crew on a quick stop at the Tobyhanna station before proceding east to East Stroudsburg and further to the Delaware Water Gap.
CN 2-8-2 3254 leads the AAPRCO special through the heart of the Delaware Water Gap. This is the spot where, in 2003, CP 2317 rolled a rail while pulling an excursion to the gap.
Early in the morning, CN 3254 blasts into a small pocket of sunlight as it passes the ex-DL&W Moscow station on its way to the Delaware Water Gap with a special train of AAPRCO conventioneers.
With brake smoke and steam flying, CN 3254 and the AAPRCO special pass under the ex-DL&W signal bridge at Gravel Place. Once a major interlocking, Gravel place had multiple tracks and a tower, whi... (more)
With brakeshoe smoke swirling, CN 3254 passes Delaware-Lackawanna RS32 2035 and M420W 2045, which will lead the train on the return trip from the Water Gap.