At 0830 on a spectacular Vancouver morning, CP was hard at work getting a twelve car Royal Canadian Pacific train—the first cruise of the season—prepped for the party of lucky travellers who would... (more)
Containers abound as the 1400 UP Dock Job backs towards Badger Bridge as a UP outbound departs Terminal Island on the Alameda Corridor above.
Building and defending America as the USS Bunker Hill passes Albina Yard following the end of the cities Fleet Week 2017.
The crew of CLNA's 119 job has brought their cut of cars over the Pamlico River Trestle and are now headed for the mainland of Washington, NC as they round the bend past a docked boat.
A fisherman watches the CORP train to Coos Bay cross the Umpqua River drawbridge. The is the former Southern Pacific Coos Bay branch.
D&NE 28 makes a test run along the North Shore Scenic Railroad prior to its first official trips later this month.
The Churchill Double Red Arrow, built in 1939, is crossing the Rhine brigde between Schaffhausen and Feuerthalen.
An Edmonds ferry is docked at the slip as a westbound Sound Transit commuter train passes milepost 18 at Edmonds, Washington, on the crystal clear morning of June 30, 2006.
A late running 38A, with a pair of SD80MAC's for power, crosses Amtrak's Susquehanna River bridge.
Clovis bound stacks come off Badge Bridge from Terminal Island and head out the Alameda Corridor as witnessed by the small marina in Wilmington.
I4M, with a solid train of marine containers, and the Erie heritage unit doing the honors, crosses the Susquehanna River on Amtrak, on the final leg of it's journey to Baltimore.
Intercity linking Marseille to Clermont-Ferrand is running the "blue coast line".
The former Deutsche Bundesbahn express train steamlocomotive is crossing the Rhine Bridge between Schaffhausen and Feuerthalen. The fortification Munot is the landmark of the city Schaffhausen.
On the wadden island of Wangerooge exists a narrow gauge line from the port to the village. The line is owned by DB AG an so are the ships which are used to connect the island with the mainland. W... (more)