The ever so famous Potash Turn exits the west end of the 7,050ft Bootlegger Tunnel with a pair of GP40-2s and two cars. for Potash. While it use to be a Friday event, he train is scheduled to run ... (more)
The CRSA special departs Union Station and explodes out of the new shed between Lake St and Canal St at the end of the morning rush. This train will head to Janesville, WI and return with a solid ... (more)
6" of fresh powder, a freezing fog and sub zero temps overnight turned potions of northeast Illinois into a winter wonderland. Shortly after 8am, the Kankakee, Beaverville & Southern is seen ... (more)
A westbound suburban headed for Fox Lake begins its trip out of the city during last light.
After arriving in Chicago late Thursday night, the Milwaukee 261 ran around the wye at Amtrak before creeping into the yard. Here its seen sitting on the 21st Street Bridge waiting for a signal in... (more)
Southbound 123 train crosses the North Fork New River in downtown Ft. Lauderdale.
The westbound Rockwood Turn crosses one of the many wooden trestles between Rockwood and Crab Orchard. This bridge is located just west of Ozone stretching over a wash leading to Berks Creek. The ... (more)
A special visitor from the Union Pacific fits in perfectly with the DD40X #6930 and GTEL #X-18 at the Illinois Railway Museum. Big thanks to the UP for sending the 6936 to the museums 60th Anniver... (more)
A look deep inside the East Broad Top Graveyard at Mt. Union. The Kovalchick Salvage Corporation decided not to scrap the railroad and when they bought it in 1956. In 1961, it officially became a ... (more)
N&W 611 crosses the Roanoke River at Altavista, VA as my fiance Melissa and fellow RP contributor Hunter Richardson get shot from the wooden boardwalk.
Tennessee Pass Line under a full moon nearly 18 years after the last revenue train traversed the line in 1997.
After nailing a Strawberry truck.
Westbound California Zephyr snakes through the Colorado Rockies near Pinecliffe.
The CP business train goes for a swim as it heads north on the Marquette Sub and along the flooded Mississippi River.
This photo of UP 2862 will be published in "Endless Journies" which will come out in Spring 2005.