Right behind the Red Baron on the previous train, CNJ SD40 3066 in the standard blue paint leads a train off the CNJ and onto the Reading toward Philadelphia. R.T. Steinbrenner Photo
My father and I were spending the morning at the Bound Brook station when this westbound with the "Red Baron" leading passed through. We raced out to Bridgewater to photograph the train... (more)
T090-16 has coal mined at the Balkin Mine located just west of Loyall. The coal is destined to the Eastman Chemical Company plant at Kingsport, TN. Here the train comes off the NS Appalachia Distr... (more)
11V meets 20Q passing under the PRR signal bridge at MP 263.
New Engine on the Temporary Roster
An exceptionally late SU-100 cruises past the Newfoundland Station with a mixed power set which has become the norm on the Susquehanna. Front... (more)
In 2002, on the Marceline Sub, we have this westbound empty bare table train blasting thru the west end of Medill on clear evening. The train is sporting alittle bit of everything in this BNSF era... (more)
A southbound Green line train approaches the busiest junction in Chicago, Tower 18 on the NW corner of the famed Loop 'L'.
CN SD60 5404 leads A446 east past the soon to fall G-head at Broadview.
KCS 4184 leads a short but heavy manifest up the steep grade at Chamiso.
A pair of SD70ACs' hustles southbound coal train N172 by the South End of Woodland, Georgia on CSX's busy Fitzgerald Subdivision in May 2004. (Slide Scan)
Norfolk Southern trash train 63V lights up the classic Pennsylvania Railroad position light signals at 211 on the NS Pittsburgh Line.
A four-pack of helpers shove this manifest train up the West Slope of the Allegheny Mountains.
An intermodal train descends the West Slope and knocks down the position signals in Lilly
Amtrak #4 'The Southwest Chief' hustles past the blades at Colmor on a stormy afternoon in the desert.
New Mexico exhibited every season and then some while I was there. Here is Amtrak #3 'The Southwest Chief' tearing through Rowe,NM while golf ball sized hail pelts down. It was a wise decision to ... (more)