The nose of #89 basks in the afternoon sunlight while sitting in the engine shed.
C&O F7A 8016, Atlantic Coast Line E3A 501 and Atlantic Coast Line 4-6-0 #1031, pose for pictures at the North Carolina Transportation Museum roundhouse.
UP 3893 leads an eastbound coal train past the N&W Color Position Light signals at Bluefield Virginia. The CPL signals will not be in service much longer as the new PTC signals are in place.
All is quiet in the massive, former Southern Railway Back Shop on the grounds of the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC. J-Class 2-8-0 #542 was built in 1903 by the Baldwin Locomot... (more)
9725 leads a northbound mixed freight by "The Big Chair" in Thomasville NC.
The massive, former Southern Railway Back Shop on the grounds of the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer NC, is the perfect location to display this steam locomotive. J-Class 2-8-0 #5... (more)
4001 leads a westbound pusher set at Welch WV. They are heading to Farm just a couple miles to the west, where they will couple onto the rear of an eastbound coal train and push it up the Elkhorn ... (more)
Working far from home, UP 6826 and 5455 are in Pusher Service on the Norfolk Southern Pocahontas District. They are running westbound at Welch WV just about to enter the east portal of Welch Tunne... (more)
The new PTC signals are in place but not yet functional as NS 8448, former Conrail 6282, rolls a westbound freight through Vivian Bottom West Virginia on the NS Pocahontas District.
NS 9636 leads a southbound container train past the south end of the old Spencer Yard.
California Zephyr observation-dome "Silver Solarium" brings up the rear of a Norfolk Southern 21st Century Steam Excursion at Radford Virginia. Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum ex Southe... (more)
161 leads a late running Train #20, The Crescent, north near Pelham NC. 161 is painted in the Phase 1 50th anniversary paint scheme.
Norfolk & Western Steam in Amish Country. J-Class 611 and M-Class 382(475), pose for an historic photo shoot on the Strasburg Railroad.
An eastbound mixed freight, with a trio of UP power, passes the classic Southern Ry signals at Barber Junction.
Several years ago the "Lost Engines of Roanoke" were removed from a scrap yard in Roanoke, where they had been since the 1950's, and relocated to several groups in several locations. N&W... (more)