"P42 Leads the Lake Shore in Penn"
Amtrak P42DC 104 leads the northbound Lake Shore Limited out of Penn Station. The P32AC-DM trailing behind it blew a turbo resulting in the diesel being ... (more)
Green Mountain Railroad GP9R #804 - the only remaining EMD unit in the green scheme for Vermont Rail System - is seen moving 7 of the ex-Trinity Railway Express RDCs through Barre, Vermont on Augu... (more)
Eighteen of the Lehigh Valley’s SW8’s were equipped with dynamic brakes. Here one of them has been set off in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. Part of the Lehigh Valley roundhouse can be seen in the dista... (more)
Long before the Guilford organization used its corporate identity for system-wide operations under management-friendly work rules, the Springfield Terminal Railway was a 5.5-mile long ex-interurba... (more)
CN R902, the Humko Local, heads across Springfield Avenue with its train in tow, as it heads down the remote Champaign branchline to switch out various industries.
It's an odd day for the R902... (more)
The last locomotive in true Utah Railway paint to run on Utah Railway's own tracks is the 6061. After the MK503s and other two SD50Ss were moved to other G&W properties, the 6061 was the only unit... (more)
The Pennsy's summer train, THE NORTHERN ARROW, has just arrived at its destination, Mackinaw City. Michigan with sections from St. Louis, Cincinnati and Chicago. It is 1961, the last year of PRR p... (more)
Glenbrook's front office. An NSRM Engine Crew poses for a portrait in the cab of the newly restored, narrow gauge locomotive "Glenbrook". In the left seat, keeping the fires bur... (more)
A rare leader, BCOL 4643 leads eastbound train 406, through Nauwigewauk, New Brunswick.
A Port Westwood bound oil train rolls under the St Johns Bridge on the former SP&S, now Portland & Western Astoria Line.
Monsoon season over the great Southwest is in full swing as the Black Mesa & Lake Powell brings another loaded coal train to the Navajo Generating Station at Page.
NS's colorful Norfolk Southern Heritage Unit nearing the diamonds at Marion wearing a surprise on her pilot deck, one that matches the yellow color of her striping on abeautiful summer day in Ohio... (more)
A trio of SP tunnel motors are powering the Potash Local. The train has arrived at Potash and is shown switching cars against the backdrop of the impressive red cliffs
MVPX units 1711 and 1751 sit inside the small yard at the Knoxville Locomotive Works waiting to be rebuilt into brand new units.
Photo taken with permission.
SLRG 4135 at North Creek