Back when RDCs covered the bulk of service on Amtrak's Springfield-Hartford-New Haven line, the pair making up a late afternoon southbound run paused at Berlin, CT. The lead car in this set began ... (more)
A pair of GP35s lead a westbound WP manifest through El Pinal in October 1974. El Pinal is where the WP crossed SP's Valley Line between Bakersfield and Elvas Tower in Sacramento. In another coupl... (more)
A pair of "Ballast Express" C32-8's lead a coal train through Whittaker, Pa. on CR's Mon Line.
Amtrak's Pacific International is about 30 minutes out of King St. station, Seattle, WA as it glides along Puget Sound en route to Everett. Passengers headed to Vancouver, BC will get more water l... (more)
The westbound Super Continental slows for a station stop and crew change at Boston Bar, BC in August 1975. At this time, this train was arguably the most beautiful "painted" passenger tr... (more)
An eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight crosses Fish Creek Trestle near Rivulet, Montana, on July 3, 2001. The 576-foot nine-span bridge is officially called bridge 165 on Montana Rail L... (more)
Northbound coal loads pass through the massive cut approaching Rogersville, Pa.
An eastbound freight rounds Scotch Run Curve approaching Altoona.
Late on a beautiful afternoon in July 1989, a hot Santa Fe pig train roars through Gately on the railroad's Stockton Sub. In the distance are the hills that surround Franklin Canyon, and at center... (more)
A-A-A Fs, "elephant-style," are powering MARC's "Patriot Special" at the south end of the old Western Maryland Altenwald Cutoff, on their way to Hagerstown.
Designated E8Am by Santa Fe, this brace of power is fit to lead a Chief.
Eastbound P030 glides through the S curve between Glade City and Keystone, Pa.
ATSF (Santa Fe) EMD GP60 4005, 4004, 4014 and 4017 westbound near Barstow, California.
Santa Fe FP45 #92 leads an eastbound past Joliet Union Station and tower JD crossing the Former Rock Island now Metra Line.
Here's SuperFleet action in the final days of the Santa Fe. It was tough when I spotted this loco in Kansas City a few years ago, rusting away in a deadline, yet thankful I saw it during the glor... (more)