A lone CSX unit looks to be switching cars while a couple more units round the curve and look to be heading either to or from the yard filled with tank cars as this Delta Airlines flight to Philad... (more)
It's coming folks, one coach at a time. What used to be a sea of green and white striped bilevel, now a bunch of bilevels, some old, some new now sport the new Metrolinx paint scheme.
Classy Katy signage faces the street on the yard office at Glenn Park Yard in Kansas City, Kansas, on December 8, 1985.
A pair of CP SD40-2's (CP 5788 & CP 5926) along with spreader CP 402893 are stopped near the Montreal West station after clearing the Westmount sub. This was a week after after a record-breaking s... (more)
Grand Central Terminal on 42nd between Lexington Ave and Madison Ave - Opened on February 2, 1913, Manhattan's only surviving large station, hosts 67 tracks on two levels (41 on the first floor, 2... (more)
A northbound manifest knocks down the CRR signals at NE Toe River has it heads north through the Blue Ridge Mountains, following the North Toe River through the Appalachian gorges of Western North... (more)
The N-2 style dwarf signal at NE Toe River, dating back to the days of the Clinchfield Railroad, shines down the former CRR mainline as a nearly full moon illuminates the Blue Ridge Mountains.
A beam of light exits the Altapass Tunnel, backlighting the classic Clinchfield signal, as an empty coal train heads southward, screaming through tight confines as it negotiates the Black Mountain... (more)
I was on assigned to Sunnyside yard and worked a few midnight shifts in the summer of 2006. Imagine my surprise to find a sign painted on the brick of a building for Pullman Porter sign out. I fe... (more)
Dating back to the Conrail days, the unique dwarf signal at Swanton is seen lit late on an August night less than a month before it was taken out of service.
A side by side comparison of the old, vs new Darth Vader style signals that are being installed in various spots along the Springhill Subdivision.
There is not much left of the old Oregon, California & Eastern Railway in and around Klamath Falls, OR. OC&E Caboose No. 2006 on display next to the OC&E Woods Line State Trail in Altamont, OR.
Highlighted here, we see a close up view of the last remaining operational Wig-Wag signal on BNSF's system. Located in Delhi, CO this signal continues to withstand the test of time, as it sees onl... (more)
The intermediate semaphores of Bernal, New Mexico stand tall over the high desert as stars in the skies above give way to a powerful monsoonal storm.
The sun sets behind the Lowell intermediates as track 2 gets knocked down to red for a North bound.