Transit Amongst Trolleys.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) 01100 series cars 01179 and 01178 (Pullman-Standard, 1958) are seen outside the Highwood Carhouse at the Seas... (more)
The Original DC Streetcar.
DC Transit PCC car no. 1304 (St. Louis Car Co., 1941) is seen resting in the Riverside Carhouse at the Seashore Trolley Museum, while museum guests take in ot... (more)
A Norfolk Southern intermodal train, lead by an EMD SD70ACe, heads west on the Sang Hollow Extension near Seward / New Florence, PA. Excellent storm lighting was present for this scene, as a thund... (more)
An old, wooden outside-braced 40-foot boxcar, likely a former Chicago, Burlington & Quincy car, is neatly utilized as part of a dwelling in the remote settlement of Bonneville, Wyoming, on June 22... (more)
An unknown CSX local switches out cars at the Mountaire Farms Feedmill in Maxton NC, with a YN3 CSX ES44DC leading, and a YN3C ES44AC trailing second. This view was taken from 600 feet in the air,... (more)
An unknown CSX local switches out cars at the Mountaire Farms Feedmill in Maxton NC, with a YN3 CSX ES44DC leading, and a YN3C ES44AC trailing second.
Big: With a whole siding to itself, legendary "Big Boy" No. 4012 lends its imposing presence to the Steamtown entrance.
After running the 1:30 PM train, N&W 611, the J 4-8-4 switches right next to a PRR signal and the J Tower just before backing into the station in Ronks, PA
Not much going on trackside but the sky was full of action as the Northern Lights were dancing.
Putting the "Steam" in Steamtown: Having only visited Steamtown once before in August of last year - during a week when Baldwin No. 26 was out for servicing - I had not yet encoun... (more)
Honorary Steam: As an "honorary" steam locomotive, one could argue that an Alco PA is right at home in Steamtown. Add in the fact that this particular unit used to frequent the Sc... (more)
BNSF GP39-3 no. 2581 sits alone at BNSF's Irving Yard waiting for its next assignment while the Illinois Terminal heritage unit sits idle with three BNSF GE units while awaiting the get assigned t... (more)
A handful of KNWA SD60s sits at the fueling racks in Dickenson Yard awaiting their next assignment.
Originally built for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in 1957 and rolled over in to Chessie System after the merger in 1973, GP9 #6525 sits and rots away in Athens in present day.
Ex-Conrail now Hartwell GP38 No. 1973 sits tied down in Bowersville.