The seventeen-arch Starrucca Viaduct is a monumental feat of nineteenth-century engineering. Started in 1847 and completed in 1848, it is the oldest stone-arch railroad bridge still in use in Penn... (more)
With daybreak only minutes behind, a northbound grain train grinds its way up the Pokey as low clouds linger on the dark mountains of West Virginia.
At the joint CN/CSX intermodal yard just south of Memphis, TN, CN 9619, GTW 4914, CSX 264, and CSX 3171 sit awaiting their next assignments. A northbound CN intermodal can be seen leaving the yard... (more)
The Finger Lakes Railway's GS-2 heads west as it eases across the causeway over Cayuga Lake. A pair of GP38-2 in NYC lighting stripes on the point of today's train. Locomotives:FGLK 2... (more)
Welcome to California, Spirit of Union Pacific.
Amtrak 398 exits the west portal of the Moffat Tunnel.
BNSF 9805 leads an eastbound coal train around one of the many horseshoe curves located near Folsom, New Mexico.
Union Pacific 6922 rolls past the Amtrak station and heads west into the setting sun. Photo taken with permission.
A winter storm has dropped a light dusting of snow at Cajon Summit as the eastbound Amtrak Desert Wind breaks out of the clouds into a brief moment of sunlight.
SP 6814 leads two Kodachrome merger units and the Pine Bluff to West Colton Manifest over the summit at Dragoon.
A cool, cloudy morning greets the eastbound Tennessee Central Museum special as it crosses the Caney Fork on it's eastbound run to Monterey, TN.
New and old sit side by side at the WNYP's engine house in Olean. Norfolk Southern's latest experimental rebuilds rest next to veteran Alcos on a cool October night. The NS units are reportedly on... (more)
A Storm's-a-comin'With storm clouds brewing above the Horseshoe Curve, the tail ends of a westbound intermodal and eastbound manifest rest are caught at opposite sides of the valley.
One Goes Up, One Comes DownThe head end of 23Z passes the rear end helpers of an unidentified manifest. The trains are heading in both directions and are long enough to each wrap th... (more)