The New Haven retired the last of its classic EP-4 class passenger electrics in 1961, but three of them remained in storage until 1968, only to be cut up in the railroad's final days. Having been ... (more)
Kenosha Electric PCC 4609, painted to represent streetcar operations in Pittsburgh, heads west through the streets of Kenosha.
Union Pacific 8052, sits on the fuel track in Green River, Wyoming.
The Clinchfield signals at Elkhorn City shine their colors into the night as the Milky Way twinkles dimly overhead.
In the mid-1960s, the Maine Central had enough local business in Rockland, ME, to station a yard switcher there in addition to the power for the local freight to Brunswick. Alco S4 314 rested in f... (more)
Strasburg has numerous rail-related things to do.
The Lhoist train returns to Crab Orchard after picking up a cut of empties from NS at Rockwood.
#488, now back on the M&E with MERR no more, is in charge of this move, actually, which includes the C424 #18 soon to head off the roster. The set was switching cars in & out of the yard for the ... (more)
Nekoosa Paper 14 sits on display at IRM.
SBB Cargo power parked in front of the motive power depot next to the Olten classification yard (Olten RB).
Frisco 1630 heads past signal 91 at IRM, smoking it up a bit.
Passing an empty yard. Signs of a very slow coal economy. NS 18M departs Bluefield yard in the golden hour of the day.
The P-D District in happier times. Local power lays over the night in downtown Princeton, WV as a loaded coal train makes a quick pickup on its way to Roanoke, VA.
A lone CSX unit looks to be switching cars while a couple more units round the curve and look to be heading either to or from the yard filled with tank cars as this Delta Airlines flight to Philad... (more)
A rare northbound move continues on the CN Rainy Sub as they approach all the safety equipment that keeps the railroad and the general public separate from one another.