Two S&C workers check out an automatic switch, which connects the south track of the Galt Sub with the north track of the Oakville Sub.
After a large gang of Union Pacific maintenance-of-way workers replaced the frog at the west switch of Mounds, Utah, on the morning of May 11, 2006, a welder finishes up one of the joints with a g... (more)
Between July 23rd and July 29th, BNSF shut down the Front Range Subdivision between Laurel Street and Cherry Street to replace the entire section of Mason Street with new track. Sadly, an era of t... (more)
Workers take a mid-day break while replacing track at the crossing in downtown Colfax.
Utah Central Railway workers switch out a few cars in the old UP-D&RGW Evona Sugar Works yard at West Haven, Utah.
MOW workers use plain old fashioned elbow grease and high tech sighting to align the diamonds.
Ex BNSF B23-7 leads Job 420 into Searsport but before it could go further several switches had to be shoveled out. Like most railroads many workers have been layed off so Brad and Jay Engineer an... (more)
Running a railroad depends on many types of workers to make it run. Here a crew from the Derby Shops are called upon in sub zero weather to put an air hose bracket on a boxcar that was pulled off... (more)
A couple of workers cut rail for a spur that comes of the Fort Worth Sub main line.
Workers service the 261 while patrons embark for the La Crescent turn.
I'vvvvvvve been working on the raaaaailroooad!