This broken control stand sits among the remains of a wrecked U30C, displaying Iranian labels together with a General Electric plate from the "Big Satan", aka the USA.
Santa Fe 2921, built in 1943 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, basks in the sun at the Modesto Amtrak Station following its move out of Beard Brook Park just days before. The 650-ton locomotive and... (more)
The orange logo lives on, although most passers-by likely do not know what it represents. Between the Clark Fork River and the University of Montana, this is the former Milwaukee Road mainline in ... (more)
M-19 Fairmont Speeder, east of Beverly, WA--volcanic ash from Mouth St. Helen's 1980 eruption is visible on the tracks.
In the winter of 1980 The Chicago Milwaukee St Paul and Pacific Rai... (more)
What are they doing here? Manualy turning (180 degree) of the carbody of electric cogwheel locomotive with rotary snow blower, He 2/3 # 8 of the Rigibahnen, former Arth-Rigi-Bahn (ARB), built by S... (more)
Low-Leveling at Princeton Junction: A NJ Transit conductor leans on a bulldozer to observe passengers alighting from Northeast Corridor Line Train 7847 using a low-level platform at the ea... (more)
Railcar waiting to depart from Charaña station on Arica (Chile) - La Paz (Bolivia) railway line with a local service bound to Viacha. At the picture, Andean lamas cross tracks in front of the Iron... (more)
A pair of CAGY CF7 Locomotives #802 & #803 weeble & wobble their way South through the "jungle" as they head to Swan Lake, MS. On the Mississippi Delta Railroad (MSDR), once they finally... (more)
One of ecuadorian ferrobus (railbus) in Ibarra. Ibarra- Otavalo is last piece of formerly Quito- San Lorenzo Railway.
There is really little space to taken photos..
5 Akron Police officers pose for pictures with 765.
It's always cause for celebration when NKP 765 comes to town.
Heritage comes in all sizes.....
Chattanooga's Riverpark is a great bird watching location so the reason for the figure but also a nice place to view the trains.
Historical (prototype) Czech electric loco spotted on big old bridge in Bechyne, Czech republic. Very interesting place where trains share half of the bridge with cars.
Privately owned, by association TEE Classics operated, Re 4/4 I # 10034 (built for the SBB as # 434) is beeing pulled to the Swiss Muesum of Transport at Lucerne by a Unimog street/rail vehicle. T... (more)