NS 13R with the NS 1067 Reading heritage unit heads south on the H Line over the CSX Q276 with the CSX 118 leading under on the old B&O.
Nearing the end of its trip from Dallas, TRE F59PH 124 leads its train under the BNSF Fort Worth subdivision as a southbound autorack train waits to cross Tower 55 above.
2-10-0 fourcylinder compound freight train steamlocomotive "Elephant" C 5/6 # 2969 of Eurovapor Sulgen is meeting 2-6-0 B 3/4 # 1367 of SBB Historic in the Bahnpark Brugg (AG), while a f... (more)
On the occasion of the open doors event in the Bahnpark Brugg (AG), this nice scene could be seen: "Elephant" C 5/6 # 2969 of Eurovapor Sulgen and B 3/4 # 1367 of SBB Historic are standi... (more)
Bahnpark Brugg is home of several historic (Steam-)Locomotives. Once every year, they open the doors to the public and many oldtimers can be seen in action or are at least presented in a proper wa... (more)
Santa Fe 5053 leads NW 6115 and two Santa Fe GP-30s out of tunnel 9 while the caboose and three helpers cross over on top as the train rolls around the famous Tehachapi Loop.
"M9s Under the Fresh Pond Bridge"
The third Kawasaki M9 EMU pair to arrive in New York makes it's way under the Fresh Pond Bridge at New York & Atlantic Railway's Fresh Pond Yard after bei... (more)
"Double Over Under" NS 177 does some yard work on the Southern Railway Bridge as a CSX Manifest passes below and in the background Q143 is making its way towards Kentucky.
As RTM #187 passes over the RTM Deux-Montagnes Subdivision, RTM #945 pulls out of Canora station with an old set of Bombardier MR-90's during the afternoon rush hour.
As the head end of an eastbound Santa Fe intermodal train approaches Kansas City Union Station in the background, Amtrak’s “Kansas City Mule” uses the “high line” approach for KCT’s Kaw River Brid... (more)
"NYAR Under McDonald Ave"
New York & Atlantic's RS-20 heads west under McDonald Ave in Brooklyn on the Bay Ridge Branch as a Coney Island-bound "F" train flies by overhead.
Rush hour at Jamaica !!!
T237 and Q303 at the Triple Crossing.