A Cotton Belt tunnel motor leans into a classic Southern Pacific caboose as it helps a westbound SP train around Sullivan’s Curve.
The local livestock seem to have no interest in the four Arkansas & Missouri Alcos that are trundling over the Frog Bayou and past their pasture.
Up until the arrival of the M2 class modern MUs in the early 1970s, the New Haven's electrified New Canaan branch had the look of a country interurban in off-peak hours as a single car covered the... (more)
A former New Haven RDC now wearing Penn Central scare stripes glides along the Naugatuck River at Beacon Falls, CT, en route from Waterbury to Bridgeport. Budds covered all passenger service on th... (more)
PRR doubleheaded steam (4-4-2 No. 7002 and 4-4-0 No. 1223) with Blue Mountain as a backdrop. The occasion was the Lancaster Chapter's 50th Anniversary NRHS Convention and a visit to Conrail's wel... (more)
Goat boats on stacks are eastbound about 50 miles west of Havre, MT.
An Idaho Northern and Pacific local has just departed Horseshoe Bend after picking up a block of woodchips on the head end.
D&RGW train #150 is eastbound and in the canyon between Avon and Minturn a few minutes before arriving at the crew change location at the foot of Tennessee Pass.
The units were 137 (GP35), 127 (GP40), 125 (GP40), 1011 (E8A), and 101 (GP7).
The B-unit 102A is an F7B.
An eastbound E-44 running long-hood forward is awaiting clearance to proceed, near CP PORT.
The Arkansas & Missouri Fort Smith Turn breaks out of the shadows as it negotiates the reverse curve at Winslow, Arkansas.
Providence & Worcester GP38-2 2006 and its M420W mate await their next assignment outside the P&W's yard office in Worcester, MA.
I'm standing at the top of the ramp that held Shops Road and went down into the shops from Canal St.. Looking west at the top of the photo and on the right is Milwaukee County Stadium where at the... (more)
The Arkansas & Missouri Fort Smith Turn rolls through the small settlement of West Fork, Arkansas.