Old ExpressTrak Reefers.
A five pack of Rio Grande 45 ft. Freuhauf and Staughton piggyback trailers riding on Front Runner intermodal spine cars glide through Price Canyon on June 15, 1995.
Colorado & Southern 2-8-0 no. 608 surrounded by freight cars in the yard behind Denver Union Station in 1958. Photograph by more)
The Colorado Railroad Museum was established in Golden, Colorado in 1958 and features a wonderful collection of engines, rolling stock, an 1880's style depot and a working roundhouse where engines... (more)
Coal hoppers on this eastbound Union Pacific loaded coal train emerge from the shadows at Pinecliffe, CO on a late September afternoon.
A scene which was once common all over the United States is now nearly extinct-- a true logging railroad. The Simpson Timber Company operated the last true logging railroad in the US, but the rai... (more)
A Triple Crown Roadrailer on Norfolk Southern 261 hits the CSX Diamond at Columbus Ave. in Fostoria, Ohio
This EBT 70,000 lb. capacity hopper is in a fight for it's life. First the protective paint came off, and the rusting began. Then a little sprig of a plant took root near the front journal. Larger... (more)
The afternoon Aldershot yard job splices some multi levels together with the help of 4130, 4110 and 7304.
A Rio Grande dolomite hopper car, built in 1958 to haul coal, waits at Provo Yard for a trip to Geneva Steeel's Keigley quarry for loading on Nov. 12, 1987.
A nifty Rio Grande covered hopper, built in June 1962, awaits service stored in the Riverton House Track on Dec. 14, 1985.
A repositioning train of spine cars loaded with container chassis departs Salt Lake City for Los Angeles on Oct. 9, 2014.
Beautiful old beer car of the DVZO (Dampfbahn Verein Zürcher Oberland) at the station Bauma. Brauerei means brewery, Felsenkeller is the name, Wald is a village a few kilometers away from here
A scene at the Ffestiniog Railway at Portmadog station. The crew of double Fairlie loco no12 David Lloyd George take a break between services among rolling stock by the water tank.
The Rock Lives! Buried deep in the Lange-Stegmann Company grain facility in Saint Louis, Missouri, on October 3rd, 2014, was a real "WABAC Machine" moment - a string with eight (ex) Rock Is... (more)