Nickel Plate Road "Berkshire" 2-8-4 #765 departs Colby, Ohio (near Bellevue) during the last few rays of sunshine on its return trip home from Cleveland to Ft Wayne.
KCS 4841 leads Norfolk Southern empty coal train #745 eastbound out of Little Bull Tunnel near St. Paul, Virginia along the former NW Lower Clinch Valley District of the Pocahontas Division in a l... (more)
After an early winter blizzard dumping nearly 25" of snow and ice onto the former N&W Clinch Valley District subsides, Norfolk Southern crews were hard at work clearing the mainline to reopen... (more)
Newly released NS 4005 and 4003 lead NS Train No. 745 westbound out of Natural Tunnel near Glenita, Virginia as it returns with empty coal hoppers after its first revenue run since leaving Juniata... (more)
"Just like flyin..." - Local crew 82M crawls westbound across Big Lawson Trestle with an empty unit coal train bound for Alpha Natural Resources Tom's Creek facility just north of Coebur... (more)
Norfolk & Western J 611 heads up Norfolk Southern train 957 as it coasts down Christiansburg Grade on the return to Roanoke shortly after exiting Montgomery Tunnel to round-out a day of Memorial D... (more)
"Tight Fit" -
The Interstate heritage locomotive makes a bright statement as a heavy spring storm has diminished last light of the day along the Clinch Valley. Having just left Alpha... (more)
Seen from the snow-covered former N&W Interchange at Boody near St. Paul, Virginia, southbound coal's leader peeks through the trees as it clears Boody S.E. along the former Clinchfield Railroad.
The first signs of spring frame NW J 611 leading NS 8099 and NCTM 6133 across Catawba River Bridge carrying passengers west to Asheville from Spencer, NC.
The famous Chicago skyline observes as an inbound scoot for LaSalle Street Station shoves past 16th Street Tower.
Norfolk Southern 6920 and 9-1-1 share the limelight after Day 1 of RailFest 2015 at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum. Special Thanks for CLT and ES for use of equipment and set-up.
National Train Day
In the middle of an early March snow storm, an impromptu New York & Lake Erie Railroad passenger exclusive makes a slow crawl across the Cattaraugus River after having just left Gowanda Depot.