Northward look over the sprawling yard complex in Corbin, KY.
Under a fiery sunrise, the signal at the west end of Amherst is lit for CN Q120's arrival, who are a few miles away.
An assortment of Union Pacific and HLCX-painted lease locomotives sit in storage at UP's Grand Junction yard in far eastern Colorado. The stored units consist primarily of GP15-1s, GP38-2s, a few ... (more)
One of many cantilever signal bridges that guard BNSF's Raton Subdivision stands in the darkness of night, with only the stars serving as a guide to the mountain terrain. A tardy Amtrak #4 had jus... (more)
The red markets of Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief train No. 4 illuminate Santa Fe's ancient wig-wag signal at Delhi, Colo., on the Raton Subdivision. For decades, this unique signal war... (more)
Tight fit for the Zephyr... The Emeryville-bound westbound Zephyr No. 5 slices through a countless number of tunnels on Union Pacific's Donner Pass route in northern California. Photo taken... (more)
Could it really be 2017? Amtrak California Zephyr trains Nos. 5 and 6 meet just east of Glenwood Springs Canyon both featuring privately owned dome lounge cars. Here, we look east fr... (more)
Amtrak's westbound California Zephyr train No. 5 crosses the Mississippi River from Illinois into Burlington, Iowa, as seen from CZ car Silver Lariat.
West coast-bound passengers boarding Amtrak's California Zephyr pause briefly to appreciate the three CZ cars bringing up the markets, as seen from Chicago Union Station a few minutes befor... (more)
As seen from California Zephyr car, the Silver Lariat, we look back at the Silver Rapids and Silver Solarium as they traverse the Colorado Rockies near Pinecliffe on the rear of Amtrak C... (more)
Three California Zephyr cars feel right at home inside Denver's Union Station on the rear of Amtrak Zephyr No. 5. Soon, the three cars: the Silver Lariat, Silver Rapids, and Silver Solarium... (more)
Covered with a fresh layer of snow, the only C&O cantilever signal on the Big Coal Subdivision stands guard at the E.E. Big Coal Bypass near Sproul, W.Va., in south central West Virginia.
Retired Amtrak conductor Dennis Gleason signs a fresh brown egg after the successful coupling of three Amtrak P42DCs into the west end of the 30-car New River Train. The egg tradition was started ... (more)
A string of locomotives sit in storage in CSX's 16th Street Yard in Huntington. The majority of locomotives pictured here include Road Slugs/GP40-2s, GP38-2s, yard slugs, and EMD SD50s.
Circus personnel prepare a cut of wagons for loading during the circus' last revenue rollout in Charleston, W.Va., in May 2017.