The Rio Grande Zephyr is well into its climb to the Continental Divide as it rounds the curve to enter Tunnel 1. Having already travelled a little under an hour from Denver, Number 17 still has b... (more)
Fall has come and gone awful early in the highest of elevations already. Remnants of Joaquin pulled winds and moisture out of the east into West Virginia's high mountain country this weekend. Toda... (more)
The early evening light glinted off a Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railway passenger train as it crossed Antonelli Pond on a return trip from Wilder Ranch. After a long absence, Santa Cruz & Monterey... (more)
The Rio Grande Zephyr is nearing the tunnel district as it crosses Route 72 at the mouth of Coal Creek Canyon. Over the next 15 miles, the train will make twenty-nine subterraneous forays before i... (more)
A covered wagon fan's dream. BN 1, CNW 411, MILW 118-C and MILW 37A bask in the morning sunlight.
Streamliners at Union! Four wagons of various heritages sit in Yard 5 at the IRM.
Showcase weekend coming up at the Illinois Railway Museum... These fine units are all resting the night away in yard 5 at IRM..
This morning's line up in yard 5. The BN 1 is an F9, the BN 3 is and E9, the MILW 118-C is an F7, and last in line is the MILW 37-A, another E9.
With just a slight hint of exhaust from the leader, Norfolk Southern's Executive F's march the eastbound deadhead OCS move up Gano Hill as train 956, approaching the crossing at Dimmick Road in We... (more)
A somber day as crew members affix a large American flag to 4211 prior to departing with the last LTV Steel Mining Company ore train to Taconite Harbor. The former Erie Mining property closed in 2... (more)
The train of the day! The NS OCS eastbound at Cassandra.
The Office Car Special high-steps across the trestle at Leeds, Alabama about 1.5 miles away from where the Central of Georgia line merges with the East End.
Norfolk Southern Office Car Special (OCS) 950 roars North for Chattanooga, TN. as they pass through the beautiful country side in Crudup, AL. With the good ole A-B-B-A set