On an otherwise gloomy day with heavy overcast and rain, a break in the cloud shortly before sunset provided enough light to silhouette a transfer freight crossing the Raritan River at Perth Amboy... (more)
A rare brown Soo Line caboose trails a Lake States train south of Fond Du Lac in March of 1987.
A brand new RX-500 glistens in the sunlight awaiting a new home.
Green Mountain Railroad train #263 had a good workout following 12-18 inches of new snowfall on the Bellows Falls Subdivision. VTR SD70M-2 431, GMTX GP38-2 2684 and GMTX SD60 9000 are plowing thr... (more)
Green Mountain Railroad train #263 had a good workout following 12-18 inches of new snowfall on the Bellows Falls Subdivision. VTR SD70M-2 431, GMTX GP38-2 2684 and GMTX SD60 9000 hammer the drif... (more)
43002 in retro 1976 livery passing Sonning Cutting on Brunel's Great Western main line.
FPA, FPB and a Generating car will idle for the next two hours and will lead tne train south to Willams.
No need to guess what fallen flag railroad this GP50 was acquired from, none other than the Chicago & North Western by the presence of that nose mounted bell. The “Big Daddy” as it’s called is on... (more)
NS 363 (Werkspoor 1958) got in may 1993 a special livery for an artfair at the Rai-conventioncenter in Amsterdam. Here it is underway from Den Haag CS to Venlo together with 784.
A PAL high and wide creeps over the Salt River bridge. I have no idea why what looks to be a mattress pad was hanging off the back end.
The last eastbound Pioneer rolls along the Columbia River. Someone in Seattle applied the "nose art" prior to departure that morning.
A southbound Arkansas & Missouri passenger train exits Winslow Tunnel and Winslow, Arkansas, on October 22, 1995. The train is powered by A&M’s lone Alco RS-32 No. 42, which can trace its ancestry... (more)
Climbing westbound toward Canton Yard with a solid loaded chip train, T31 crosses the 100 year old East Canton Trestle in beautiful storm light this afternoon.
The Ohio Central's (G&W) Burr Oak Turn begins its descent out of Buckingham Coal Co. and towards the KNWA (NS-W. Va. Secondary) mainline south of Corning this afternoon.