This is the result of s southbouad coal train hitting a rock slide in the cut at Wininger, VA (just south of Kermit). 47 loads of coal sandwiched themselves in the confines of this rock cut. Can y... (more)
Six weeks after Hurricane Katrina, the Insta-Gator and other pleasure craft remain on the NOPB right of way where they were left by the massive storm. This track is an industrial spur on the West... (more)
Cars were lifted from their trucks when the flood wateres poured into New Orleans East.
Flood waters from Hurricane Katrina washed this string of cars off the track next to Gentilly Yard. Most all of the water from this area has now receeded.
6 days after Hurricane Katrina devistated New Orleans, the Norfolk Southern line is still partially under water. These tracks lead to CSX Gentilly yard while the crossing tracks go to NS Oliver Y... (more)
UP 580, flanger duty, poses while another flanger lead by UP 600 is ready to battle the snow over the summit
Whiteface loco leading a westbound stack train through the morning's blizzard.
East Switch, Rox Siding, washout from storm. ~ http://www.trainweb.org/brettrw/derail/uprr/mvwashout/mvwashout.html
Derailment of a eastbound manifest from Yermo to Salt Lake City due to heavy rain over the past week. Taken from atop the foundation of the old water tower, which the tank car is leaning against.
A long lash-up (CP #115-CEFX 1054, CP 6608, 5788, 5984, 5957, 9160, mixed, intermodal-444 axles @ 11:35) kicks up the snow as it passes through town in a blizzard!
The rear of the Leavenworth Snow Special kicks up snow in an already heavy snowfall as it heads towards Leavenworth, WA.
Head-on collision on single track mainline.
The remains of Amtrak Superliner Sleeper 32035, awaits the rest of its fate sitting on a flat car in Beech Grove. Photo taken on by property with permission.
This view looking east shows the damage left by the flood of March 1, 1983 at Bena, where much of No. 1 track and the signal bridge were destroyed.