Amongst the rest of the various types of locomotives stored in Roanoke, D8C 8741 sits out a light rain fall waiting for its final day to come.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Union Pacific 5996 brings a empty coal train past one of the most iconic buildings in the Kansas City skyline.
Sitting silently, what remains of the old Uxbridge Sub to Lindsay and beyond just dead ends a quarter of a mile north east of here. The YDHR calls Uxbridge home running tourist trains to and from ... (more)
CP Tec Train heads south on the seldomly photographed Beverly Branch of the Rock Island District at 99th Street.
The Mitchell Engine House was built in 1906 by the Duluth, Missabe & Northern Railroad for the sole purpose of servicing the steam locomotives being used at the time to move ore from Minnesota's I... (more)
CP's Geometry Train is seen testing Metra's Rock Island District as it heads south by 16th Street Tower.
The CP Geometry Train is seen shoving northbound through Chicago Ridge on the Metra's Southwest District heading back for the city. Once completed they will head over to the Rock Island District f... (more)
No, this definitely isn't the steam beast 4018. A pair of SD70Ms perform switching duties preparing for the train on the right to take the balloon track and shove their train back.
A BNSF intermodal struggles up the grade as a mixed freight coasts down the grade at sunset.
For a long time, you could still find DRGW paint in North Yard. This one still has what used to be gyralights, too.
Switchers NBSR 2317 and a blue GMTX unit stand pat as they wait for CN B730 to enter the yard before continuing on with their work.
“Off the Showroom Floor. Almost.”By October 21, 1984, this pair of Chessie System units looks to have seen some very limited revenue service, but, having just been built in August, they... (more)