Fresh out of the paint shop and resplendent in its bright new coat of Pinsly red, Pioneer Valley SW1 27 poses at the railroad's Westfield, MA, headquarters a few days after the line's July 1982 st... (more)
The Belton Job slowly trots along Blue Ridge Ave with a few cars for the Greenville & Western.
Middletown & New Jersey's CH-1 heading back to Campbell Hall.
LS&I 2403 is about to cross Morgan Trestle near Marquette, MI on a sultry day on July of 1988. It's a short trip to Eagle Mills yard once they finish weighing their train of empties.
This is rural railroading at its finest as the former Carolina Southern 951 rumbles around the curve into Fair Bluff, NC. It has a train of roughly 27 cars, with the hoppers going into storage ne... (more)
At the end of track on the Lake County Railroad, LCR's ex-Nickel Plate geep switches out the perlite plant.
The sleepy rural community of Nichols, SC is getting back on its feet after flooding from Hurricane Matthew ravaged the town some 6 months ago. Virtually the entire town was flooded and almost al... (more)
Rural railroading kicks off with a break test for the crew of RJ Corman's former Carolina Southern line. They have picked up their train near the very beginning of the line in downtown Mullins, S... (more)
Indiana Interstate Railway was a shortline the operated in the late 1970s on the former New York Central "Pumpkin Vine" line between Middlebury and Shipshewana, Indiana. The railroad se... (more)
Adam Farence Photo
Pennsylvania coal hauler Montour Railroad, like fellow coal roads Pittsburg & Shawmut and Cambria & Indiana, relied on EMD switchers as its principal motive power. Here SW9 83 stands outside the e... (more)
A GP7 and 10 cars trundle back towards Ohio South Central's yard in Hamden.
Magma Arizona's weekly train is departing the SP interchange at Magma Junction for the return to Superior. The Baldwin locomotive was originally owned by the McCloud River.
A Modoc Northern train heads toward the UP interchange at Klamath Falls. The railroad ceased operation the following spring.
NX13 gets skinny and ducks underneath an old single lane bridge in West Cornwall, CT, that has probably been around since New Haven steamers and Alco RS3's ruled the Berkshire Line.