Rock loads from Mt. Vernon, Ky. head north towards Maysville for offloading.
The fall of 1999 was particularly colorful in my region of the world. This NS westbound is dropping downgrade over Baum Hollow Trestle through East Stone Gap, VA. This is a late afternoon shot, so... (more)
On a somewhat rare occurrence, the DL's Portland Turn ran all the way into Portland to interchange with NS instead of their usual location of Slateford. With the interchange work completed, the tr... (more)
Potomac Eagle's "Baltimore & Ohio 722" pulls south past the only house at the location known as "Wickham" along the South Branch of the Potomac River. The narrow valley is know... (more)
468 miles to Louisville by the way of L&N's 'Hook & Eye' Line. Long gone are Alco RS3's and FA's hauling freights but you can still find a nice variety of older EMD locomotives on the Georgia Nort... (more)
P92 rounds a bend approaching Zion Church Road west of Gold Hill. Note the jointed rail track, which accounts for much of the trackage along the branch line between Salisbury and Albemarle.
Dropping ties to keep the former Interstate Main line in shape, a pair of EMD's pull 93Z through the cut at "Jane", 13 miles from Wentz.
With an exclusive 30-person charter, Baltimore & Ohio F7(A) No. 722 toured much of the South Branch Valley Railroad in mid April with photo stops at scenic locations along the Potomac Eagle Scenic... (more)
With 90 cars of CSX grain pulling on the drawbars, the 5 units on the point of the GLC OSTN work hard to maintain the 40 mph authorized speed as they prepare to climb the hill into Howell, MI. Tak... (more)
Delaware & Ulster Railroad
(ex-Ulster & Delaware Railroad,
West Shore Railroad - Catskill Mountain Branch)
MP54.50 - Old River Road gc
Halcottsville, New York, USA
30 May 2015
Northern Central's 4-4-0 #17 brings a three car train south on a return trip to New Freedom, PA.
Black River & Western ALCO built 2-8-0 #60 is about to enter the tunnel of trees as it approaches the Everitts Rd crossing on it's way to Ringoes.
Slithering through lower gum field, Shay No. 4 eases into a tunnel of green foliage on its descent to the switchbacks with a work train in tow.
Earmarked for retirement within the next 12 months, Z1 class tram number 16 coasts along Victoria Parade while on transfer from Preston Workshops to Malvern depot.
A class tram 248 rolls through the autumn foliage in Victoria Parade near Nicholson Street.