Big Boy 4017 is being looked over by two enthusiastic fans at the National Railroad Museum.
Ms. Julianna Moats, a railway engineer (as in the engineering department) poses in retro dress with Doyle MacCormack's restored Alco PA.
Oregon Short Line 2-8-0 No. 1068 winds its way around Deer Creek Reservoir towards Heber City.
The classic brick-lined tunnel (former NP) under Westminster on Main Track 2. Hard to imagine, but until the early 1980s this was double-tracked!
What appears to be an abandoned locomotive on some obscure branch line is, in reality, the back lot of the National Railroad Museum. 38A is just a shell, and is currently for sale.
Prototype missile launch car at the museum was developed in 1986 and carried one Peacekeeper ICBM that could be launched from the car itself. Car is 87 ft. long and weighs 520,000 lbs. A seldom... (more)
Now here’s a view you normally don't see. Train #298, with GE ES44AC 8769 in the lead, is seen after pulling into Murray Siding to meet a fleet of westbounds. NOTE: The camera and tripod toget... (more)
Well hidden near a grain elevator at Galt, Illinois, are the remains of Grand Trunk Western 0-8-0 8305, which last saw service as Northwestern Steel & Wire 05 in nearby Sterling. Her future is un... (more)
C&O 614 is displayed at the C&O Railway Heritage Center in Clifton Forge, VA. It wears the logos of the Greenbrier Hotel, located nearby in White Sulphur Springs, and was painted and lettered for... (more)
On my way home from South Dakota I spotted a headlight in the distance. As we approached the headlight stopped and there was a cloud of dust. Reaching the location, we discovered that the train ... (more)
Inside the cab of the monster....Big Boy 4017
A fan snaps one last photo of the Minnesota Zephyr F-units as they depart Randolph, MN, on Progressive Rail. Loaded in late 2014 but held up by Union Pacific for various issues, the locomotives ar... (more)
Inside the cab of New York Central E8 4085. It led the last eastbound 20th Century Limited out of Chicago on December 3, 1967.
The hulk of Union Pacific DD40AX No. 6926, now used as a parts source by the Dakota Southern.
Recreating the classic A.J. Russell photo on the 137th anniversary of the driving of the Golden Spike.