A look deep inside the East Broad Top Graveyard at Mt. Union. The Kovalchick Salvage Corporation decided not to scrap the railroad and when they bought it in 1956. In 1961, it officially became a ... (more)
"Welp!" It has been almost four and a half months since the July 14 derailment, and a few minor things has change since than. The corpse of the very first NS rebuilt Dash8.5CW still stand in its r... (more)
When two railroads share the same section of track and the switches are required to be locked, you come up with a way to put two locks on it... or give out keys, but in this case you get creative.... (more)
Home-made railbus in Vyhoda the last forestry line in activity in Ukraine
When the boiler pressure of the steam engine on a tourist line goes so down that the train can't move any more and it is getting late in the evening, everyone is reli... (more)
The abandoned loading platform only emphasizes just how bent up this gondola is. Photographed on Jones Island in Milwaukee in May of 1983.
Was out hunting trains, specifically this new GP38-3, but instead was also able to hunt this fella. He paused for a while, but moved when the locomotive got closer.
A pair of helpers shove an eastbound oil train past the Railfan Park at Cassandra, PA.
A pair of deer are nearly synchronized as they cross in front of a westbound City of Prineville Railway train approaching Prineville Junction, Oregon, on September 28, 2016.
Not what I expected to see as I rolled through Kansas on the original routing of Route 66. Seems like an unusual spot to find an Erie Lackawanna locomotive.
Happy Halloween folks! :-)
On the halloween eve this scary witch with a pumpkin head attacked me in the woods outside Moscow... I barely took away the legs! Happy Halloween from Russia, folks! :-)
TOFC? Tanker on flat car? GCTX 413115 rides a JTTX flatcar after a derailment in a photo taken in Caledonia, WI on the C&NW New Line in November of 1988.