Onto the next chapter... former Yreka Western 2-8-2 #19, built by Baldwin in 1915, hitches a ride on an eastbound manifest as it is transported from its long time home in Yreka, CA to the Age of S... (more)
UP 844 rolls through Topaz leading the Boise Turn Special. The UP 844 was on a slow order through here which worked out well for the railfans who we behind the traffic of vehicles chasing the 844.... (more)
Colorado-BoundFour-day-old Siemens SC-44 diesel-electric passenger locomotives WDTX 1402 and 1403 were found in Amtrak’s Redondo Junction engine facility in downtown Los Angeles on ... (more)
”There’s Something You Don’t See Every Day, Chauncey.” “What’s That, Edgar?”Saturday, April 15, 2017, was a bad day on the San Diego Subdivision. About halfway between Los Angeles... (more)
Tonnage for Vermont Rail System's Washington County Railroad was heavy out of Newport, Vermont, and through cooperative operations with the Central Maine & Quebec, was moved with a little help fro... (more)
Built in May 1953 as one of 23 F7s geared for a maximum speed of 80 mph it was used in both freight and passenger service until Amtrak.
Bound for Newport Vermont, Central Maine & Quebec #710 is approaching Brookport.
HISTORIC LINEUP... The only surviving Erie Lackawanna U34CH is parked outside of the Star Track restoration building in Boonton, N.J. This locomotive is part of the United Railroad Historical Soci... (more)
TAG 80 leads the southbound Chickamauga Turn south of Ft. Oglethorpe.
The final goodbye for the Ringling Brothers Circus train from Worcester this morning as P&W B23-7 2201 and B23 Super 7 2216 lead the train through the city.
An eastbound UP stack train takes the siding at Shawmut while a westbound intermodal holds the main on the Sunset Route in Southern Arizona.
Twilight scene at Melbourne's Southern Cross Station showing N456 and N457 awaiting departure from platforms 2 and 3.
NS 191 with a double heritage unit consist does street running down 6th street as he arrives into Augusta Georgia.
4.5 % at 4500 m15000 feet above sea level