MBTA's GP40-1 shoves a work train on the Wildcat Branch to the work site at Wilmington Jct. The train consists of 6 new MassDOT ballast hoppers, a snow flanger and a work caboose leading the way.
One hundred Oakway Leasing SD60’s were delivered in late 1986, and many were placen in service moving Powder River Basin coal. Here a Burlington Northern train of empty hoppers with two Oakways an... (more)
CN Train 91 to Thompson, Man. at The Pas A Roger Puta Photograph
A clean GE ES44AC leads a loaded grain train up Winston Hill at walking speed..... BNSF4212 is high above Canyon Ferry Lake, which is part of a series of dams along the mighty Missouri River. The... (more)
Twilight: Just about a week before A&M took delivery of its SD70ACe's, big ALCo lash up's were still the norm. Just after sunset a C424 and six C420's are readied at the shops area for a tr... (more)
Amtrak's Train #508 crosses the lower deck of the Steel Bridge, one of the many iconic bridges of Portland, Oregon. This impressive crossing is the only double-deck bridge with independent lifts i... (more)
After a very long weekend (12 hours of sleep total from Friday to Monday) I was very tempted to just sleep in at my Winslow hotel....but I drub my butt out of bed and headed out to Dennison to cat... (more)
Steam railcar CZm 1/2 # 31 of SBB Historic, operated and maintained by association Dampfgruppe Zürich (VDZ), is on a journey in eastern part of Switzerland for a group from the U.K. Built in 1902 ... (more)
A GE U-28-CG, an FP-45 and two F-45’s tow the 19 cars of Santa Fe’s combined El Capitan / Super Chief Trn. 17 up Raton Pass near Starkville, Colo. on August 1, 1970. The first car is a steam gene... (more)
Twin Bridges - MP 489.9. Our Silverton Mixed crosses the Animas yet again just about 5 miles north of Needleton Tank. This location is known as "Twin Bridges" because there are t... (more)
Four years after my previous submissions showing BN trains at Larkspur, Colorado, some six-month-old Oakway SD60’s lead a coal train over the same bridge.
PCC ride with my family, at left. Visiting San Francisco harbor in a rainy and cold afternoon
Welcome to a lunch in the Orient Express dining car number 4216, a former restaurant car of "CIWLT", now owned and operated by the heritage railway Chemin de Fer de la Vendée.
Relics of the past are seen at every angle in the Steamtown National Historic Site. Here, Baldwin Locomotive Works #26 switches around the yard with the "Scranton Limited" as she passes ... (more)
1700 leads a rare rerouted PR-32 by Bound Brook heading for Oak Island.