An old Conrail boxcar sits behind the old Cumberland Valley Railroad Freight Depot in Winchester, VA. A local theater remodeled the depot for its use and use the bo... (more)
Brand-new 1977 model-year automobiles head to showroom floors, rounding the Horseshoe Curve on an ex-PRR tri-level auto-rack.
Just south of Front Royal, VA at the southern end of 1.3 mile long siding is "Warren." The historic Norfolk and Western cpl signals still guard the... (more)
The marker lights of the original 1949-built Pennsylvania Braddock Inn cast a glow onto the triple track mainline of Amtrak's Northeast Corridor at a track speed of 110 MPH. The Braddock... (more)
Abandoned remnants of the Staten Island Railway's North Shore Branch. This line saw both freight and passanger service. The last passanger car to run this line was in 1953. Freight continued into ... (more)
Imagine the number of people that have walked through this train station. Built in 1925, it is the third busies rail station in the United States. The station serves around 120,000 passengers ever... (more)
An Orange Line passenger train to Midway rolls through the elevated s-curved track just south of the loop. One of many unique billboards in Chicago over looks the parking lot from the side of a tu... (more)
One of the busiest railroad locations in the United States is the Powder River Basin. There can be over one hundred trains a day hauling forty percent of the nations coal demands. These are the th... (more)
KRL 70960 with pressure vessel load is added to the head end of CN 421 for furtherance to Port Robinson.
A classic D&H station. Built by the Delaware & Hudson in 1886, the classic two story Plattsburgh station is still in use on a daily basis for Amtrak's Adirondack on the first floor, ... (more)
Tail end of the holiday train. The tail end of the Canadian edition of the CP Holiday Train is stopped in front of the venerable Montreal West station as the train makes its first stop of t... (more)
Two Norfolk Southern motors lead 100 empties toward Affinity Mine on NS' former Virginian Winding Gulf Branch in Tams, W.Va.
Illuminated by Quinnimont's infamous sodium vapor lights, the eastbound cantilever at 'QN Cabin' guides an eastbound coal train through the New River Gorge. This final stretch of C&O-style signals... (more)
Under a full moon, the Dawkins cantilever signal stands guard over the railroad's Big Sandy Subdivision in rural eastern Kentucky.
A C&O cantilever signal protects the westbound interlocking at RB Cabin on the railroad's Big Sandy Subdivision east of Louisa.