CSX In Wellesley... In 2021?
CSX B723 rolls through Wellesley Square with an empty welded rail train from the MBTA. CSX B723 is usually the Westboro switcher, but today, the crew had to ru... (more)
Chicago Coach Yard
The lineup at Amtrak's Chicago Coach Yard featuring a variety of diesels and non-powered F40 NPCUs.
IC Still Kickin'
CN L536 notches it up after getting the approach signal to head west. Leading this local to Gary, IN is a duo of ex-Illinois Central SD70s that still sport their original ... (more)
Classic Chicago Scene
Metra 823 departs OTC for Kenosha, WI with a non-rebuilt F40 leading. This F40PH-2, #138 will soon be rebuilt to the F40PH-3 class.
Metra 509 to Elburn, IL departs with ex-Amtrak F59PHI #82 leading.
CNW Paint On An F59?
Metra 721 to Harvard, IL departs Chicago's Ogilvie Transportation Center with ex-Amtrak F59PHI #90 (formerly 467.) Once an F59 used on Amtrak's Cascades route in the P... (more)
The obligatory Roosevelt Rd. shot with a friendly engineer sticking out the window.
Funky Looking Locomotives At Steamtown
Delaware Lackawanna sits tied down at Steamtown with a rainbow quartet of MLW and ALCO locomotives, all of which are in different paint schemes. The ... (more)
The newly-replaced turntable at the Norfolk Southern Juniata Shops.
Helpers At Horseshoe Curve
A pair of SD70ACUs equipped with HelperLink bring up the rear NS 21G.
Saturday Morning At Juniata
A bird's eye view of the turntable at Norfolk Southern's Juniata Shops in Altoona, PA.
Sea Of Horses
A birds-eye view of the locomotive storage lines at the Juniata shops, Norfolk Southern's biggest locomotive shop. Unfortunately, due to decreased freight traffic in conjunct... (more)
PRR GP9 #7048 has been on display at Horseshoe Curve since 1987 when it replaced PRR K4 #1361, which is now being refurbished in Altoona. Unfortunately, 7048 is starting to... (more)
A bird's eye view of the Wabtec Motive Power Inc. (Formerly General Electric) locomotive plant. In addition to a plethora of leaser and demonstration units, one can also view the ... (more)
Riverside From 400 Feet Up
A birds-eye view of Riverside Terminal, the largest subway line on the MBTA.