Regular steam passenger train in the Polish countryside.
Arriving at Locust Point Yard, Q403-13 rounds the loop as it proceeds through the old coal yard. In the background are USNS Antares, and USNS Denebola both of which are ready reserve Navy ships d... (more)
With daylight beginning to fade, the sun's golden rays light up this eastbound intermodal. In the distance the air is still slightly polluted from the wildfires burning around the area. This train... (more)
With the consist of the day on the point, Prince George bound train M347 hustles along the shores of the Athabasca River at Mile 220 of CN's Edson Sub. Powering the train was a clean CN C40-8 2003... (more)
Vancouver-Winnipeg train Q108 speeds along the shores of the Athabasca River on CN's scenic Edson Sub in beautiful Jasper National Park.
CN ES44ACs 2924 and 2880 lead a loaded coal train westward at Henry House.
CN C44-9W 2556 leads Prince Rupert-Montreal train Q186 along the shores of Moose Lake.
Abandoned remnants of the Rahway Valley Railroad Maplewood Branch. The branch line reached a length of nearly 4 miles and served numerous types of customers such as coal, lumber, building products... (more)
Really white—trucks and allTwo retired tank cars are being used at a storage facility at Ansel, Colorado, along the shortline San Luis Central on September 1, 2013. The cars are no long... (more)
Lhoist North America B23-7 4021 at the Crab Orchard plant on a sunny Saturday morning.
Photo taken with permission.
On any weekday midday, LI City Yard is full of diesel equipment awaiting the PM rush. But on this the first day of Amtrak's State of Good Repair work at Penn Station, two MU trains join the mix.
B75-X31 work 9342 quarry train from Kilmore East to Brooklyn across the Moonee Ponds Creek viaduct.
MTAB IORE 111 "Katterat" / IORE 102 "Malmberget" with empty ore train 9909 from Narvik to Kiruna Malmbangården.
Sheperds and their own special train that will soon transport them, their families, stock, belongings and dogs to some far away location. Does this train qualify as a "passenger train" ?