Laona And Northern No.4, commonly known as the "Four Spot". eases out of Connor Farm with a load of returning passengers to Snyders Landing Depot, on the Lumberjack Steam Train.
As SEPTA's PCC IIs continue to ply the Route 15, photographers continue to capture them in one of the few urban environments in Philadelphia that still see streetcar service. Waiting for the car a... (more)
A pair of EMD's in the form of a SD70M-2 and SD75I lug a container train up the nearly 2% grade that is CN's Steelton hill in far west Duluth. Assisting are two units pushing the train up the hil... (more)
As the sun drops low on a fall afternoon, a westbound Boston & Maine freight led by GP40-2 315 grinds through Shirley, MA, with a cloud of sand indicating that the engineer is looking for better t... (more)
Former IAIS 325 switches a metal company in Council Bluffs.
A month before the Penn Central takeover, a pair of New Haven FL9s pass the night at the Dover Street yard in South Boston. In the morning they will head up New York-bound trains on the Shore Line... (more)
On the New Haven Railroad's final night, in the line's headquarters city, EP-5 electric 371 awaits its next run to Grand Central terminal. The horrible condition of 371's paint symbolizes a railro... (more)
"What time is it?".....fans of First Avenue in Minneapolis know what that's all about :)
Slowing to a stop at the base of Steelton hill, this dual EMD powered stack train will wait for the shovers to attach to the rear of the train to assist in making a hard charging run up the nearly... (more)
Having performed for an untold number of people to & from Ogden, UP 4014 & 844 are ready to take a rest....but not before one last photo op for the day.
Iowa Northern Jordan Spreader team heads up the Oelwein Sub crossing 20th Street just east of Fairbank, IA.
Iowa Northern Jordan Spreader team does their thing just south of Dunkerton, Iowa on the Oelwein Sub.
An ex-NYC visitor in former New Haven territory, Penn Central F7 1774 lays over at Cedar Hill Yard in New Haven, CT.
If I had to pick one locomotive to symbolize first generation diesels, it would be EMD's F7, some 3,849 of which were built for service in the US, Canada, and Mexico. New York Central 1783, not ye... (more)