This 1941 Porter was restored for display by the Connecticut Valley Railroad. It now sits outside the yard greeting visitors. This locomotive was used by the U.S. Navy during World War II in the e... (more)
Army train headed south thru the UP Yard in Eugene.
This loco was built in Britain to an LMS design for the War Department for use overseas during WW2. Many of these locos ended up in Turkey and in 2010 this and a sister loco were bought by UK enth... (more)
Top Cover and Global Engagement - The ARR has a long history intertwined with the US military dating back from its earliest days when US Army engineers under the leadership of Lt. Fredrick ... (more)
A Military train with Bradley tanks heading to Port Hueneme is westbound through Burbank station.
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Fought on August 6 1824 in the highlands of the Junín Region, the battle of Junin was a turning point in the Peruvian war for independence between the Spanish r... (more)
The Nord consolidation locomotive 140 A 259 lying on its side depicting an act of sabotage by the French Resistance during WWII has already become the main image of the new Cité du Train. This is ... (more)
A military move is about to duck under historic Route 66 on their way west.
A mannequin representing the thousands of women who worked on the railroads in WWII poses on the pilot deck of SP P-8 Pacific 2467. The engine is operable, but is on static display at the present ... (more)
1 - I want to inform you all, friends of Railnet, about some picutures realized by a soldier German photographer: Walter Hollnagel. During German occupation in Italy he supplied documents about am... (more)
The famous wildlife and railway artist David Shepherd leans out of the cab of his locomotive BR 9F No 92203 Black Prince to watch the fly-past of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) which... (more)
Not your every day shipment! A pair of Soviet tanks long stored in Alaska are secured and ready for shipment south to Seattle. Their destination beyond Seattle was unknown (that's as far ... (more)
The head end of Q114 contains a variety of Canadian military equipment being shipped from the training center in Alberta to bases in eastern Canada.
A short military extra proceeds south on the BNSF at Tower 55 with a UP SD70M for power.
The official launch of replica locomotive STEAM ELEPHANT and a party of red coats fire a salute in its honour.