Here's one of the oddest units you'll ever see - a TP70. Built in December of 2015, FDWX 0002 was built on the frame of an HTC truck donated from SD40-2 PSWX (ex-CP) No. 785. Powered by a CAT 9.3 ... (more)
”There’s Something You Don’t See Every Day, Chauncey.” “What’s That, Edgar?”Saturday, April 15, 2017, was a bad day on the San Diego Subdivision. About halfway between Los Angeles... (more)
In the spirit of the circus train movement, the conductor of the Southbound light power is dressed as a clown. This light power movement provided a rare opportunity to photograph PAR 2 leading.
Rusting in Place
A JS locomotive illuminates an otherwise pitch black scene as it departs the open pit at Sandaoling with another load of coal destined for the washery. Xinjiang Province, China.
This train was kidnapped! Really, with onboard staff and all of your passengers! A really strange story ... that ended sadly, as the picture shows us.
How do you manage to turn a locomotive with 20,32 meter (66,6 feet) axle base including tender, on a turntable with 20 meter (65,6 feet) diameter only? Yes, you remove the tender first and then tu... (more)
Ya Can't Fix Stupid! One of the hazards of street running is coming across people who aren't all that bright and can't seem to see there's a train within feet of their vehicles. Such was the case ... (more)
They were basically an Aircraft Tug/Pusher adapted for railcars. A Roger Puta Photograph
Louisville Cement #11 has found it's way back on display at the main parking entrance at the Kentucky Railway Museum. While heavy lifting equipment was on site placing a turntable the opportunity ... (more)
Parts of three american/canadian built 2-8-2 "Mikado" steamlocomotives of the french railway SNCF, stabled in Winterthur, from left 141 R # 1207 (Montreal Locomotive Works 1946), # 73 (L... (more)
What a son tells his mother early on Sunday morning - "Mom, your car is stuck on the railroad track in downtown Duluth." Fortunately her insurance company paid the healthy fee to have it... (more)
With traffic on Union Pacific gridlocked, Talgo shipped its carbodies to Seattle by truck for final assembly. Three of the cars are seen at a truck stop on US 97.
With the weekend visit of the Schnabel Car and massive steam generator for VC Summers, all hands were on deck to make sure this expensive piece of equipment got moved safely. Here they have passe... (more)