X042-30 tucks under the OB Cabin Southbound Signals as it begins to cross the Ohio River into Cincinnati. X042 ran up the Mainline Subdivision to Louisville then up the LCL Subdivision to Latonia ... (more)
Q133-02 heads south towards Louisville and eventually Jacksonville, This may be my last time seeing 133 at KC Junction rumor has it starting February 6th, 133 will die at Queensgate and Q143 (Old ... (more)
A former BN SD60M leads a Neff to 18th St transfer through the Kansas City West Bottoms on the Metro Sub.
Where has the month gone? NS 213 rounds the bend at Summit Ave with the ever changing Queen City skyline in the background.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey 144th Edition Blue Unit doubles its train up at BNSF Kemper Yard on Track 79, running as BNSF Train J KCMSXR1 14A with a hand off to the NS at Streator, IL a... (more)
Hoosier State departs Chicago.
On Thanksgiving Sunday, a gap in the clouds allows the setting sun to light up a Flushing-Main Street bound No.7 train, as it approaches 40th Street station above Queens Boulevard. This must be on... (more)
There is a moment during sunrise when only the skyscrapers of Manhattan catch the light.
During this time, an F train descends the Culver Viaduct to Carroll Street.
And yes. Those colors a... (more)
NS 16G rolls through Cleveland, Ohio with the Central of New Jersey heritage unit on the point with military vehicles in tow.
The Seahawks Unit Passing by the StadiumAmtrak Cascades train 504 arrives in Seattle, Washington, about 30 minutes late on its run from Portland, Oregon, on January 23, 2017.... (more)
An over-under of the F train and an old BMT subway car, which was out for a special excursion for the weekend, and now heading back to the yard as sunset approaches.
Viewed from the Walnut Street bridge, CP/D&H combined trains 555/701depart Philadelphia. Today, the water tower has disappeared from the Locust Point building, and the National Publishing Company ... (more)
An Acela arrives at Philadelphia's 30th Street Station, with the city's skyline seen behind.