Dover & Rockaway River DO-2 has just set off one load at Triumph Plastics and is returning to Ferremonte Junction to pickup a lumber car for Kuiken in Succasunna.
The engineer on the Arkansas & Midland invited us inside the cab to take photographs of the old Alco number 34. The train had stopped and was waiting for clearance to cross the Arkansas River bri... (more)
Sitting adjacent to the 1839 realignment of the Baltimore and Ohio mainline over Parr's Ridge is this restored I-5D Cupola caboose built by the B&O between 1925 and 1929. After retirement from th... (more)
Norfolk Southern 212 is shown approaching downtown Belmont, NC on its trip north.
My kind of neighborhood. The Everett Railroad's Mogul #11 charges past a string of older residences on the hill above Main Street in Roaring Spring, PA, with a short passenger train bound ... (more)
On October 28th, 2017 the Mass Bay Rail Enthusiasts chartered a day long passenger excursion from Worcester, MA using Providence & Worcester locomotives 4005, 4004 and their office car train to Ol... (more)
Amtrak's Coast Starlight #11 is seen flying through Manteca, CA. Due to a bridge replacement in Ventura, CA on the Coast, the Coast Starlight was forced to detour over Altamont and down the Fresno... (more)
A westbound CSX manifest with NS power rolls past the old B&O station in Fostoria, Ohio on the CSX Willard Sub.
Sliding down the east slope of the Cascades, eastbound Cans with Executive Scheme SD70MAC No. 9808 and ES44AC No. 5802 in helper service, cross the Wenatchee River at Dryden.
P&W Train NR 2 eastbound through Niantic.
Splitting the signals here we see train ID Q-017 as it passes through Grafton Ohio
Splitting a pair of Bowling ball signals here we see train ID Q-009 as it passes through Grafton Ohio on a warm spring Afternoon
In a rare daylight move here we see CSX Local D-762 as it works its way past Main street in downtown Grafton as it crosses the double set of diamonds on its way Northwest.
In the spirit of the circus train movement, the conductor of the Southbound light power is dressed as a clown. This light power movement provided a rare opportunity to photograph PAR 2 leading.