Quite an interesting lashup rolls by Blue Bell Park as the Aggies are in the middle of taking on the Fresno State Bulldogs.
In another stroke of luck (for the photographers gathered not so much the railroad), 28Z meets another train coming out of the tunnels at Gallitzin. Coal train 593 had lost all power in its lead ... (more)
A couple of western visitors are idling at the South end of CSX's Cumberland Terminal, on a busy day in the yard. Q136 waits to proceed in the background.
NS 20W makes its way through Altoona with a pair of ACEs including the "bar code" unit, #1111, trailing. Heading eastbound is 28Z with the Virginian in the lead. Quite an interesting meet.
NS 1074, the Lackawanna heritage unit, leads a 205 train past the Shirley MBTA station on a crisp winter morning.
A mixed freight backs into the West end of Englewood Yard with a pair of UP GEs in charge.
Amtrak train #57, the southbound "Vermonter" is gaining speed after its station stop at Hartford. Today's train is running around 20 minutes late and will try to make up time on its trip to Washi... (more)
The setting sun glints off of K010's consist as it rolls through the tiny town of Chittenango and under the endangered NYC-era signal bridge. K010 has created a stop indication over track 2, and ... (more)
The moon had risen to just the right spot, looking almost like it was a part of the old B&O CPL signal.
An eastward bound CSX oil move sports a pair of NS locomotives, the second of which is painted in OLS livery, the 9252.
On this late summer Tuesday, Selkirk Yard features a wide variety of power, per usual. Besides the normal collection of CSX motors, a BNSF GEVO can be seen as well as a less common visitor: a swi... (more)
A yard job led by a YN2 SD40 passes by a stationary auto train as it heads for the east end of the yard.
CSX Q264 sits without a crew on the newly constructed bypass tracks that now run through Selkirk Yard. The crew that would take this train down the B&A would go on duty at 1100.
A unit potash train snakes under the Mid-Hudson Bridge at the apex of autumn color in the Hudson Valley.
En route to its next stop at Cobleskill, the Holiday Train passes through the small town of Worcester, NY.