Help us! Soo Line 4230 and a GP30 are helpers on a Lake States coal train as they push it up Byron Hill in August of 1987. This line is now double track thru this area and owned by the CN.
This publicity photo of The 400 was taken for the C&NW Public Relations Dept. most likely around September 1939 when the streamlined train was first inaugurated. I was able to make a copy photo of... (more)
CNW Alco C628 no. 6720 and mate arrive in Altoona Yard for a crew change and some switching with train 406 from Itasca (Superior), WI. The big Alcos came from Norfolk & Western and were the heavie... (more)
Union Pacific E9A and 4-6-6-4 "Challenger" rest in the roundhouse at the Cheyenne, Wyoming shops on March 25, 2017.
The OT-1 is eastbound near Kearny as it climbs up out of the Gila River valley.
For the first time in what feels like several months, it was warm enough in Central Maine to stand outside for more than a few minutes while waiting for a train. In filtered sun, Pan Am Railway's... (more)
Sold for scrap!.... The CP Rail MLW M-636 that was on static display in Farnham for several years will be cut up for scrap this spring. The caboose has already been sold and gone. The locomotive ... (more)
"Another Day, Another GP39H-2":
Crewman reporting for duty on MARC GP39H-2 74 at Washington Union Station in the afternoon of March 14, 1988. His train will likely operate over MARC’s “... (more)
CSX R171 (former OBSS, "Orange Blossom Special South"), with RF&P GP40 125 plus three, westbound by "Baltimore Brick", approaching Rossville interlocking, on the Philadelphia ... (more)
Alaska Railroad SD70MAC 4319 heads back to the Anchorage Yard from the port with a long string of tank cars. In the background is the Alaska Railroad shops and storage yard, where several cruise ... (more)
On a bright morning, the Rio Grande Zephyr climbs into the Rocky Mountains.
VIA F40PH-3 6454 leads the westbound Canadian at Mile 8 of CN's Albreda Sub, approaching Geikie.
Wearing its Canada 150 garb, VIA F40PH-3 6454 idles at the west end of Jasper's station track with train #1.
The "Canada 150" livery makes its maiden voyage to the West Coast of Canada in the form of F40PH-3 6454. It's seen here, leading the Westbound Canadian past Mile 229 of CN's Edson Sub.
The "Canada 150" livery makes its maiden voyage to the West Coast of Canada in the form of F40PH-3 6454. It's seen here, leading the Westbound Canadian past the approach signal to Henry ... (more)