On the occasion of the open doors event in the Bahnpark Brugg (AG), 7 steam vehicles of SBB Historic and Eurovapor Sulgen are lined up in the roundhouse. From left "Elephant" C 5/6 # 2978 from 191... (more)
Following a successful event for the Union Pacific executives and some shareholders, the train is now enroute back to the Union Pacific and is rounding the NS Horseshoe Curve west of Altoona, PA a... (more)
The world famous loco Flying Scotsman crosses the iconic bridge
The Saratoga & North Creek is running down the CP mainline on a rainy Tuesday. They are bringing 24 empty storage tank cars off of their line heading for CP's Saratoga Yard for interchange. S&NC h... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad M1b 4-8-2 #6755
PRR No. 6755 was built in 1930 by the Pennsylvania Railroad in Altoona. It was originally an M1a class but converted along with 38 others M1a c... (more)
After coming from Council Bluffs, Iowa the day before, the Union Pacific Office Car Special takes a break overnight in Croxton Yard on the night of June ... (more)
After gobbling up as much grain as he could between trains, a large black bear ducks into the woods again to allow the entrance of train A417 into the yard at Jasper East.
45157 rolls west towards the coast though the remote highlands passing this frequently photographed church.
On the first validation run of the day, Roy Hill Australia 1022 is being pushed by two CP AC4400CWMs, with speed being held to 15 mph approaching the Harmonson Rd crossing at the north end of the ... (more)
Two leased Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range SD9's that worked both CN and CP during the mid-60's. Number 104 and 152 westbound at Montreal, Quebec in February 1965.
Train #98 the Coast Daylight at San Jose
An early morning rush hour SEPTA push/pull commuter pushes out of the Trenton Transit Center ducking a surviving PRR signal, six road bridges and an NJT light rail line; first stop, Levittown, PA.
A westbound Union Pacific empty coal train works its way upgrade thru Tunnel 29. The train is approaching Pinecliffe, Colorado. The train has been steadily climbing along South Boulder Creek sin... (more)
South Shore freight heading west to Burns Harbor.
The units were 137 (GP35), 127 (GP40), 125 (GP40), 1011 (E8A), and 101 (GP7).