OUCH!! LMX 8524 was invloved in a single locomotive runaway derailment in Cleburne.
US Army GP10 4623 attends to a DODX flats loaded with a pair of M88 tank retrievers.
Alexandria is Virginia's busiest passenger station. We can see three trains here; a southbound Amtrak Regional, a CSX manifest and Yellow Line Metro.
One of Austin Capitol Metro's Stalder GTW DMU-2 2/6 railcars crosses a trestle in Austin on a test run.
What a waste of a perfectly used F40PH; thankfully, they don't use this on the Heartland Flyer anymore.
The custom nose job on USA 1400 makes it the most unique locomotive on the US Army’s roster.
Rebuilt by Amtrak and assigned to the Heartland Flyer.
US Army GP10s 4624 and 4623 are turning bi-level autoracks on Ft. Hood wye.
The equipment from the Texas Limited Houston - Galveston Dinner Train now rests at the Galveston Railroad Museum.
At the time of this photo, this was the oldest operating locomotive in the US; it now resides at the Museum of Transportation in St. Louis
These 2 locomotives were sold to a company in Mexico shortly after this photo.
AMTK 838 leads a 8 hour late westbound Sunset Limited through Flatonia, TX.
The Amtrak Acela class unit arrives at the BWI rail station.
This locomotive is decorated for the ill-fated TouristZug, which was the inspiration for the Florida Fun Train. D15387 was a seasonal train for skiers; it ran from Frankfurt to the slopes at Garmi... (more)