Due to the CBTC (Communications-Based Train Control) project currently underway on the No.7 Flushing line, the R62A's are fast disappearing as they are moved to the No.6 Lexington Avenue line. On ... (more)
An inbound Metra with the tell-tale green streak passes the site of the former Lake St tower and under the "L." On the left side of the frame, construction is in progress on a new building that wi... (more)
A tiny Trackmobile 5TM goes about switching hoppers to the NS interchange at Essroc's Cleveland Terminal
A Flushing-bound No.7 Local threads its way through the graffitied rooftops of Queens, as it approaches 74th Street-Broadway station. In the distance above the rear of the train, a MTA MPI MP8AC-3... (more)
Metra Rock Island train 323 crosses the CN ex-IC line at 16th Street Tower. The tower is still manned by Metra Personnel. This junction has more lines than meets the eye, The CTA Red Line passes r... (more)
Lady Liberty leads the Chicago, IL to Charlotte, NC hotshot 218/P99 on a cloudy Sunday afternoon.
A On-Time Hoosier State doesn't waste time leaving Union Station.
The 599 is the former 799, which used to look like the 796. A complete remanufacture into a genset. Two of these particular models are on the Amtrak roster and both work Washington Terminal.
An R160 train has just left Stillwell Avenue station at Coney Island in Brooklyn, New York for it's journey through Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens. It is because of trains like these that the Tran... (more)
In an episode of "spot the train", a Union Pacific autorack train is viewed from six hundred and twenty two feet up in the air, atop of the iconic Tower of the Americas. The train is currently spl... (more)
Two trains meet under the watchful gaze of the Trump building
Chicago skyline above Union station
Angles come in to play as a set of Siemens R160B's on the N-Train climbs the hill up from the 59th Street tunnel towards Queensboro Plaza, as seen from the walkway on the 59th Street Bridge.
Q 254 is starting to make its way across the Ohio River, tucking under one of only two control points in Kentucky were B&O CPL protects.