An excursion on the Octoraro Railway works at Oxford, Pennsylvania. After arriving in town, the lead ex-TP&W RS2 was set off on a siding, and the other one is pulling the train past it, so the uni... (more)
A Santa Fe 189 train accelerates after passing an MOW crew at the west end of tunnel 1. SF30C No. 9530 is still wearing her distinctive paint from the failed SP-Santa Fe merger of the mid-1980s.
After cutting off from their train that originated in the Pacific Northwest, four ex-SP&S Alcos head to the engine facility for diesel and sand.
It'll Buff OutSeen waiting outside the steel shop at Juniata, farm-plow wannabes 4001 and 1036 await evaluation before decisions are made. Considering the damage done to 4001's cab ... (more)
A string of former Western Pacific GEs sits outside Union Pacific's North Little Rock shops awaiting disposition. Several of these units would be rebuilt to a Super7-23B for use on the Monongahel... (more)
Susquehanna C430 3004 is tied down coupled to one car in the yard in Binghamton, New York.
Once the staple of Royal Canadian Pacific, now a mere shell of its former self. Along with two other vintage items that really needed to be in protective care, but land development around Ogden f... (more)
Ex Manitoba Hydro GE 25T # 857 and ex CP caboose 434560 sit on display at the CP Station in Portage la Prairie.
Saratoga and North Creek Railway's Saturday train makes its way south past the site of the former 1000 Acres Golf Course north of Stony Creek, NY.
A little "off the beaten path" railroading as the engineer of Buffalo Southern 1847 brings his power out of the weeds. He shoved a cut of cars back into the siding and is now in the pro... (more)
These engines were formerly in service in South Korea. Today, they belong to Alborz Niroo, a private company independent from the RAI.
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The sun begins to rise over the new addition to the Lake Shore Railway Museum, the C&O 8272, restored to Chessie System paint at CSX's Huntington, WV shops.
A Roger Puta Photograph
SEPTA's sole ALP-44, No. 2308, arrives under the glass skylight roof of the upper deck of Philadelphia's famed 30th Street Station. The unit was one of 33 built by Asea Brown Boveri of Sweden bet... (more)
Old UP switcher lives out the end of its life at the Grainland Cooperative.