Florida First Coast rolls along the waterfront returning from the Port.
In the pouring rain a Vermont Railway crew switches a team track adjacent to the Burlington yard.
With a former RF&P in the background, Buckingham Branch EMD GP16s #3 and #5 are seen at the yard in Doswell, Virginia.
After delivering empties to the Co-Alliance grain elevator at Malden, CKIN 1706 will spend the next few days just outside of town waiting for the train to be loaded so it can be delivered back to ... (more)
An empty Chesapeake & Indiana grain train strolls across the Indiana farmland headed for the Co-Alliance elevator at Malden.
PREX #1608 leads the way back toward their train as they pass M.P. 729 on the ol IC Gruber line at Assumption Illinois.
PREX #1607 pulls under the grain schute at the ADM grain elevator in Assumption Illinois as they make a move to run around their train.
RJ Corman 1606 was built as Seaboard Air Line GP18 402 in August 1960. It was later rebuilt by Seaboard System as GP16 4625. The unit looks great at 57 years old in clean RJ Corman red paint, as... (more)
Traffic JamPA Route 36 is a busy secondary highway, as it is the primary route between Altoona and Roaring Spring. The Everett Railroad crosses it in East Freedom, and every time it... (more)
A visit to the Caldwell County Railroad takes you back to a time when railroading was so popular in America. Shortlines were running all over the country, had a large number of customers, and work... (more)
A string of box cars is being shoved back into the Port Terminal off Virginia Avenue on a late March afternoon.
St LOUIS MO Aug 2 1976 -- The Screaming Eagles Web site indicates unit 77 is, "A MoPac created GP16, wearing the shell of an RS-11."
Sunday morning sees the crew of the Palmetto Railway's Virginia Avenue Yard working to move some cars around. They have worked a couple customers off the far end of their yard and now have pulled... (more)
Pioneer Lines power for the Decatur Junction Railway lays over at Macon waiting for their next assignment.
"Fresh out of the shop" is a good way to describe the lead engine. It is the first of four that will receive new paint in the future. The unique blue color may look familiar to some as i... (more)