The signals guarding Ashley Junction are seeing some of their last days, as they will be replaced in the next few months. These are one of the few ACL bridges left on the CSX system.
I usually don't look at all the cars in coal trains as they roll past, but this one caught my eye. This is a Union Electric (UCEX) car on an empty coal train near O'Fallon, Missouri.
An empty grainer rolls through the second half of a large S curve on the Stampede Sub on beautiful fall evening. From Day In North America 2014 .
Originally constructed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1896, Mount Royal Station in Baltimore, MD, still stands pristine today. The station has been occupied by the Maryland Institute Colleg... (more)
Here we have a personal favorite of mine, which was captured earlier this year. On the evening of a lunar eclipse, a pair of semaphore signals stand tall as a full moon rises in the distance. Loca... (more)
Before a truck can be rebuilt, it must first be taken apart, as these men are doing in the truck shop at Union Pacific’s Jenks Shop in North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 19, 2015.
Caterpillar loads on CN 306. CN 306 has some interesting loads on two flatcars, namely a trio of Caterpillar loaders. It has just left MacMillan yard in Toronto and will terminate in Saint ... (more)
Here we see a lit semaphore signal standing tall as the sun rises above the distant mesa. Recently many of these historic signals have fallen, however some, such as the one featured here remains o... (more)
As freight cars roll over the north track at East Hump, a track gang works on south track on May 3, 2011. Union Pacific’s massive North Platte Yard in Nebraska is always busy and has to keep movin... (more)
In the boiler shop at Union Pacific’s Downing B. Jenks Shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, is a welder (boilermaker by trade) carefully repairing a snow plow on May 19, 2015.
A passing view of the Animas River on the open platform of Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s business car B-2 “Cinco Animas” near Cascade siding, Colorado, on August 13, 2015.
"Photo Line: Open 'em" The commands of Fred Jones and John Tully, the photographers who supplied the light, to open the shutters. The photo session was held at the end of "Railfans' ... (more)
A northbound is lit to proceed at Summit on the former Norfolk and Western H Line in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
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The stillness in the middle of the night is deafening along the floor of the famous Shenandoah Valley. The roar of bugs chirping or local wildlife calling out can ... (more)