The Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum
The Museum building is the former PRR master mechanics building which was built in 1882 and was once an extensive testing laboratory for the railroad. Th... (more)
Abandoned remnants of the Rahway Valley Railroad Maplewood Branch. The branch line reached a length of nearly 4 miles and served numerous types of customers such as coal, lumber, building products... (more)
The dwarf at Deshler and an almost full moon shine bright on a silent, tranquil night along the old B&O.
Westbound freight rolls under the intermediate signal bridge at Fort Madison, Iowa as the Milky Way rises in the southern sky, silhouetting the endangered signals on a muggy, late summer's night.
A thunderstorm and an eastbound freight train roll across the Illinois prairie on a gloomy late summer night. The signals here at Edelstein aren't long for the world, as crews are quickly working... (more)
The EMD emblem on the side of a SD40-2 truck frame has seen a lot of road grime, weather, wear and now rust in the hot Georgia sun, but the casting of the logo still remains. Photo taken with per... (more)
Yet another day dawns for this Reading Company station built in 1892 in Southampton, PA. Civilization is slowly creeping in, however, as witnessed by the new 3-stroy condominiums absent in 2013.... (more)
A SEPTA Silveriner IV bursts into the scene captured here westbound on the West Trenton Line through Huntington Valley, PA. The commuter train is crossing the "Pennypack Trail" over wha... (more)
A former section of Reading Company's Newtown branch which had survived into SEPTA made the transition from rail to trail in 2016 seen here at what was once a diamond intercepting the West Trenton... (more)
A former section of the Reading Company's Newtown Line makes a "Bee LIne" for Churchville, PA - or, man builds, nature reclaims. Sure wish I had taken the opportunity to ride this incre... (more)
SEPTA's former Reading built Southampton Station. This station was built in 1892 and is similar in design to three other Reading stations - Churchville, the next station up the line, which is curr... (more)
The beautiful Gulf & Ohio passenger car "Tennessee" basks in the morning sun at the Knoxville Locomotive Works facility. Photo taken with permission.
Twelve years after the Milwaukee Road's Pacific Coast extension abandonment, skeletons of a pair of ABS block signals still stand between Lennup and Loweth MT.
A pair of old prime movers sit in the late afternoon sun at the west Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum facility.