Steamtown's Lima built Boston & Maine 4-6-2 steam locomotive captured here in June of 2007 at the National Park's former DL&W shops undergoing a full restoration. The rest... (more)
Golden Hills in the Golden StateAmtrak's Coast Starlight is famed for its views of the Pacific Ocean. But even though the old Southern Pacific mainline veers inland a bit at... (more)
A former ATSF SD40-2 moves around Vancouver Yard
Look what I brought from Altoona!
The conductor prepares to climb off of brand new Conrail C40-8W 6064 as it approaches the eastbound receiving yard throat to Enola Pennsylvania. T... (more)
Heading for Cuesta GradeAmtrak train #14, the northbound (westbound in Southern Pacific's timetable) Coast Starlight, departs San Luis Obispo, California, on July 1, 1976 (Am... (more)
Opening Cumbres Pass after a brutal winter in 1997.... The Rotary Snow Plow is cutting into a deep drift as it approaches Windy Point....
Friendship on the railroad! The light snow has tapered off and ice fog lifted as Canadian National #323 met #528 at l'Acadie on a mild spring morning.
In what will be the last move to VC Summers of the Schnabel Car, NS 052 takes 1 final Steam Generator Vessel up to the plant to be installed.
Sierra Railway No. 28 undergoes extensive rebuilding in the Railtown 1897 roundhouse.
A single SD50-2 pulls a string of MOW equipment over the Etowah River. The train is bound for the Cartersville Subdivision, where track work is to be performed.
Engine change at South Amboy; 4872 is pulling away from the train after pulling it from Penn Station in New York City. A pair of EMD E units will power PC 1159 from here south.
Conductor conferring with the engineer prior to departing for points along the Jersey Shore
On a beautiful spring day UP 8217 leads a West Colton, CA to Roper, UT manifest around picturesque Barry Curve on Union Pacific's Sharp Subdivision.
A clean YN2 painted SD70MAC rolls a 12,094' North Baltimore, OH to Jacksonville, FL intermodal under NS's Inman Yard as it escapes the clutches of the CSX Atlanta Terminal.
The Norfolk Southern Heritage unit catches the first rays of daylight, reflecting in the foggy waters of the Hooch. Luckily, New Orleans to Atlanta train 298 was very late today, allowing my Dad'... (more)