Soldiering on - Amtrak AEM-7 #917 roars westbound (south) through Edison ducking the position lights just ahead of the NJT station. The plume of snow in its wake is remnants of the season's first... (more)
A pair of E33's have just entered the Corridor at Lane Tower and are now passing the platforms at North Elizabeth, NJ. Date is approximate.
A five unit helper set on a westbound freight is coming into Oakridge, Oregon on a gray spring day in 1981.
A filthy UP leader in the snow. A filthy Union Pacific GEVO leads CP 551 through Lasalle station during a snowstorm. Lashup is UP 5432 & CP 8762.
A 1966-built Western Maryland SD40 is bracketed by a C&O SD40 in the lead with a B&O GP40-2 trailing. All three units could have used a trip to the wash rack.
The 4407 and a sister have a 3rd E-44 dead-in-tow westbound upgrade on the long, curving fill leading to the Shocks Mill Bridge over the Susquehanna River. The approaches to the bridge actually c... (more)
On a cloudy-bright winter afternoon, a trio of SD50s - led by an ex-UP unit still grimy from its recent coal country service on the A&O - runs light toward OKC, where it will power a northbound ro... (more)
Eastbound Rock Island Joliet Union Station
As a result of the 2006 washouts on sections of the Port of Tillamook Bay's route, the railroad's 6164 was stranded on the eastern side of the Coast Range. This engine's life would not last long a... (more)
18-376 with a load of containers is climbing up and away from Frere towards Chieveley. This is a lovely section of the Natal Main Line with a lot of the mastpoles / catenary (as pictured here) fr... (more)
A CN local heads south past Temperance
The northbound (Railroad east) Crescent rolls through North Elizabeth, running early today with motor 927. At this point, only eleven Toasters remain on the active ros... (more)
This line is no more
Further to the catastrophic rains and flash floods in March 2015, much of the line was destroyed. The Poterillos plant is now served by trucks.
Westbound SP train climbing Cajon Pass with snow covered San Gabriel Mountains in distance.
The CR 4850 East is about to pass the Turkey Hill watchbox, on its way to Parkesburg and beyond. The 4850 was one of the last Conrail freight Gs with PRR-style yellow side numerals in Roman Serif... (more)