Morning Banjo at Pogue. A banjo player sits on the porch of the Pogue General Store and Post Office waiting for a train that may never come. This building still survives and is privately o... (more)
RDC Service Returns. The Reading & Northern has returned these two Budd cars to service. This car, #9168, was built for the New York Central as M-499 in 1950. Here, the pair are returnin... (more)
The Meadville Team. Both Norfolk Southern and the Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad use the ex-Erie Lackawanna Meadville Yard. Here, two of their locomotives stand by the yard towe... (more)
MOTX 6944, an EMD DDA40X, is making its way home to the Museum of Transportation in St. Louis. Norfolk Southern did a fantastic job repainting it.
Built by David Kloke and his team, the Lincoln Funeral Car is now finally complete. As it tours the country, it serves as a tribute to a great President and an important piece of bringing history... (more)
Stephen Burkholder gets ready to move #17 back into the shed at the end of the day. I interviewed Stephen as part of an episode of "The Roundhouse" which you can listen to here: http:/... (more)
Engineer Steve Meola sits in the cab of #17. I interviewed Steve as part of an episode of "The Roundhouse" which you can listen to here: http://theroundhousepodcast.com/2015/05/09/stea... (more)
Nickel Plate Road 765 races by with two Amtrak Heritage Units (AMTK 66 and AMTK 156) in tow.
Having returned from Hanover Jct., #17 rests before being moved back into its shed.
This caboose was originally used by Grand Trunk Western before being acquired by CN. My best estimation for when it was built is 1913.
Where else can you find an SW900 with one of the earliest operating Alco S1's? Taken during a Dynamo Productions photo charter.
This switcher is rarely used outside of the yard, so seeing it pull the passenger train during this Dynamo Productions photo charter was a rare treat.
After a successful Dynamo Productions photo charter, this ex-Army switcher is tied down for the day. Note the ornament on top of the bell.
Hidden Ruby. This loco wears the paint scheme of its original owner. It was built for the Lehigh Valley as an NW2 and rebuilt in 1956. Here, we see it switching loaded gondolas of scrap metal d... (more)