The train conductor working on Rio Grande's Provo switcher ties down his caboose on the eastward main track at Provo on June 7, 1977. The D&RGW 01504 was built new by International Car for the Rio... (more)
Repair work is performed on the end of SP&S 272 at the Northwest Railway Museum's Conservation & Restoration Center. This car was built as... (more)
Cab with driver in 815 series two car EMU between Kumamoto and Higoozu. Typical for japanese railway operation are the white gloves of the driver and his personal pocket watch, placed in a well li... (more)
A little native ingenuity has been employed at the Southern-Interstate shop facilities at Andover, VA this day in 1969. General Coal Alco S-2 number 10 has fried a traction motor, so the Andover s... (more)
A Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad trimmer job derailed in the Galesburg, Illinois hump yard is lifted by crews from Hulcher Services on Saturday afternoon, June 30, 2013.
Steve Smedley pho... (more)
Conductor Brad studies his lists with his power idling close by.
CP 8557 from an engineers perspective.
an SP transfer job was westbound between yards in San Antonio with a full crew sitting out in the Texas heat
Unsung heroes While passengers move about the train in the relatively roomier upper level of an Amtrak Superliner train, the kitchen staff faces cooking hot meals and washing dishes in ... (more)
After arriving back at the Cass Shop, Western Maryland Big 6 undergoes servicing by engineer Danny Seldomridge and fireman, Andy Cassell. An MSRLHA event.
Cass conductor Gene Lambert provides hand signals to Big 6 engineer Danny Seldomridge as crews work to build a double header featuring both Western Maryland 6 and Shay No. 5.
First Torrance Roadswitcher derailed their caboose while shoving the Kentile lead in an industrial part of Torrance
At dusk, a workmen in the engine facility fills the front reservoir of big Dash 8 No. 9327 with sand.
The view out this DC meatball reveals Amtrak's only SW1 and the 156.
This here is Jase from the reality show “Duck Dynasty” riding point on a GP-15. Actually Jase is just the nickname given to him by some of his Browns Yard colleagues. These guys are hard-working... (more)