Introducing the newest American Motive Power Inc. GP38M-3 remanufactured locomotive, LTEX 3823. Rebuilt from the frame up using base model LTEX GP35u 2574, the LTEX 3823 has an all new prime move... (more)
Less than a year before shutting down their Pacific extension, Milwaukee Road crews in the West made a valiant effort to keep things moving. Here a pair of SD10s support a trio of SD40-2s on their... (more)
This B30-7a suffered a seized traction motor and was set out at Keenesburg, the next day the crew from Denver came out with a crane and replaced the wheelset so it could be hauled to Denver for re... (more)
A variety of locomotives and parts await work at Norfolk Southern's Juniata Shops in Altoona. Pictured here is a C40-9 that will be rebuilt as an AC44C6M, an RP-E4C, GP40-2, SD40-2, and a switcher... (more)
CN installed this equipment and it's designed to detect uneven track (soft spots) that might cause loaded ore cars to derail. There is this old ore car that works out of Proctor and a new car wit... (more)
Moonlight over Cataract Creek. Both of the Grand Canyon's active steam engines pose on the wooden trestle at Cataract Creek, just outside Williams, AZ on a chilly February evening. Moonlig... (more)
Having just joined the 'Overland Main' at Speer Junction the annual CFD special drops down grade into Cheyenne with a trainload of passengers eager to attend Frontier Day's opening ceremony. For t... (more)
UP units in storage in Northlake Yard.
NS 212 crosses Amtrak's Northeast Corridor at CP VALLEY on the former Lehigh Valley mainline. Fitting for the occasion, NS heritage unit #8104 "Lehigh Valley" leads the way. An Amtrak Ac... (more)
The BNSF freight train crosses the bridge across Cut Bank Creek towards Browning
A whole lot of yellow.
With Oregon's Mount Hood dominating the background (over 45 miles to the west) a BNSF loaded grain train snakes its way though the Columbia River Gorge near Maryhill, Washington.
UP 3952 glides over snowy Cienega Creek in Southern AZ
The Wengernalpbahn may be the world's longest cog railway, but it looks like a toy up against the imposing cliffs and mountains that loom over the small Swiss village of Lauterbrunnen.
Amtrak Heritage engine #156 leads the Eastbound California Zephyr between Cameo and Tunnel sidings in De Beque Canyon.