Foto: Óscar Bagnasco
Breakfast is Served! After serving pancakes for breakfast, a westbound BNSF intermodal train rumbles out of Crozier Canyon; seen from the breakfast nook of our new home.
As viewed from inside the US Post Office, a southbound coal train whines downgrade on dynamics through the old coal mining community of Dante, VA. The former Clinchfield yard is just ahead. Back i... (more)
MILW 81A, a freshly repainted F7A unit waits at Tacoma to assist a train up Tacoma Hill. This view was taken through the cab window of GE Steeple Cab E81 which was awaiting scrapping after being r... (more)
Framed by the windows of the Georgia Railroad Dearing observation car, the three unit consist of the 2014 New River Train runs around its 30 car consist at "Tool Car" on Hi... (more)
While looking out of the dome car on NS's OCS, a GP38-2 and MP15DC are seen working Rose Yard.
This was a little known adventure where I was invited. A group of insider motor car operators worked out an arrangement for a day-long trip on CSX's ex-Clinchfield, from Marion to Kona, NC and ret... (more)
The Steamtown excursion loads up its passengers getting ready to head back to Scranton. Getting followed by NARCOA vintage track inspection cars that came up that morning behind the train.
The trappings of the steam era were still evident at Loyall, KY on this day in early 1975. The roundhouse had nine stalls until five of them were razed after the end of steam. The four remaining s... (more)
A hostler is a groom or stableman, who is employed in a stable to take care of horses, usually at an inn. In this case the hostler is an engineer operating a turntable to line up tracks for a loc... (more)
A unique view from the cab of New York Central 8223 shows the semaphore signal and American flag that stand watch over Thendara station.
HO Tower at Hancock, WV--on the former Baltimore & Ohio East End main line--was already a dinosaur in 1990. But, it still had 17 years of service left before it was closed. Sadly, the old wooden t... (more)
One of my all time favorite places to be and no better way to see it than via a Vista Dome on board the Rio Grande Zephyr. Sept. 4, 1976
An almost angelic presence of railroaders past keeps an eye over the Streamliner Event. Look at the middle window pane, second row from top. Did not notice until I enlarged the image on my PC.