VEN-14 slowly trundles east behind former PBNE SW900m #52 with 3 empty clay slurry tankers for the Falls and interchange with NS. These final months of ESPN on the Venice Branch with the paper pla... (more)
A matched pair of the Indiana & Ohio's ex-BN GP50's in Genesee & Wyoming corporate colors are on the point of the CSX Interchange Job as the train awaits clearance onto CSX trackage at NA Tower in... (more)
Drone Shot - UP OCS running on NS as 956 heads for Atlanta, GA as it passes through Cook Springs, AL east bound.
The southbound Vermont Rail System Washington County Railroad train NPWJ - enroute from Newport to White River Jct., VT is seen at Newbury, Vermont, with the White Mountains and Mt. Washington in ... (more)
"GCT Track 101" A train of Metro North M8s sits on the top of Track 101 in Grand Central Terminal facing a contractor's hyrail truck. Metro North uses the top of Track 101 for sto... (more)
ICE 9574 Stuttgart - Paris Est passes Rastatt station with front hatch open. This is unusual, but appears from time to time.
Heading for the Hills
The Alaska Railroad dispatched a "snow fleet" work extra consisting of two GP40-2s pushing Harsco/Jordan Spreader 9 south to Portage to begin open... (more)
Four geeps lead a southbound through Bridgeport on the former NC&StL. GP38-2/GP38-2/GP35/GP40.
There are almost as many visitors to the BNSF engine servicing facility as there are pumpkins. Sharp eyed viewers will notice 4 UP, 2 CSX and 2 NS ponies in the pumpkin patch.
On what it may be their madden run, two of the three brand new ES44C4s can be seen racing out of lower Truxton Canyon on the head end of the hot North Bay Z8 on a gloomy February afternoon.
Nevada Northern No. 40 races towards Ely with the Steptoe Valley Flyer.
Nevada Northern No. 40 races towards Ely, passing over Steptoe Creek.
Southern Serves the South – Including Toronto!
With part of the Toronto skyline and the base of the CN Tower visible through the fog, Southern FP7 6141waits to take its train back ... (more)
Set of power Springfield yard