Reading 902 and 903 sit on display at the Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, PA.
Wyoming and Colorado's FP7's as they looked when the first started running on the branch. Eventually the paint job was enhance a bit with black stripes, down the sides. The Mountain Diesel was cha... (more)
The upstart Wyoming Colorado Railroad has brought in former Alaska F units, and a fleet of passenger cars. To operate the former Union Pacific branch south of Laramie, Wyoming. The FP7's are lease... (more)
A westbound Royal Canadian Pacific passenger train tops the summit of Kicking Horse Pass at Divide, Alberta, on September 20, 2002, powered by FP7 No. 1400, FP9 No. 1401 and GP38-2 No. 3084.
Winter has come early to Montreal. A short inbound morning commuter train makes its station stop at Westmount before continuing on to Windsor Station.
The overnight "Atlantic Limited" from Saint John, NB is slowing to a stop on Track 1 at the suburban Montreal West station as it nears the end of its journey. Most days the consist incl... (more)
NRHS Convention special unloads at the station in Elkins, West Virginia.
NRHS Convention special nears Elkins, West Virginia.
The FP7 and RS-10 will be the power for Train 11, the Toronto to Sudbury section of "The Canadian". The S-series switchers will serve the CP customers in the waterfront area. Much has ... (more)
Soo 2500 leads a photo freight on the North Shore Scenic Railroad east of Duluth, MN.
A tired looking FP7A leads a short "Atlantic Limited" across the St. Lawrence River for the final miles into Montreal from Saint John, NB.
Amtrak train 710 makes a station stop in Merced, CA, under beautiful springtime skies. In the lead are two ex-SP FP7s, one already repainted into Amtrak livery. The train is on the station track, ... (more)
CP's "The Canadian" has more than adequate power (FP7A- F9B-RS10-RS10) for its short consist. The FP7A that is sadly in need of a paint job is on a commuter consist that is laying over ... (more)
The eastbound Canadian climbs up Kicking Horse Pass near the top of the pass and the Alberta border. This train length is the perfect "model train".
An A-B-B-A set of covered wagons is parked near the Bensenville hump in 1976.