SOO Line 1003 is making its way home from the Shriners Hospital for Children fundraiser on the far west side of Chicago. Here it is seen holding the main at Rondout for an eastbound Metra to come ... (more)
Boston & Maine SW1 1122 had celebrated its 30th birthday but a recent paint job made it look younger as it awaited its next job in the B&M's East Cambridge, MA, intermodal yard. In 2017 the 1122 i... (more)
Looking odd at first sight, a huge pile of crossties come rolling down the mainline with a gentlemen seemingly perched on top of them... In actuality, a CSX MAC truck is traveling in reverse with... (more)
SOO 1003 marches through downtown Glenview on its way to a fundraiser for Shriners Hospitals for Children on the far west side of Chicago.
Its a quiet morning at Frankfort as train 123 waits for a new crew to continue eastward.
MVPX ex-Cargill SW1200 15 sits in Joliet yard.
CMQ connects with WACR at Newport, VT....so it's not totally out of the question....
Fifteen or so minutes elapse during this exposure as clouds pass by in front of the moon and the Southern Railway signals at Bessemer City change from approach to clear to guide a southbound down ... (more)
The New Haven retired the last of its classic EP-4 class passenger electrics in 1961, but three of them remained in storage until 1968, only to be cut up in the railroad's final days. Having been ... (more)
Kenosha Electric PCC 4609, painted to represent streetcar operations in Pittsburgh, heads west through the streets of Kenosha.
Union Pacific 8052, sits on the fuel track in Green River, Wyoming.
The Clinchfield signals at Elkhorn City shine their colors into the night as the Milky Way twinkles dimly overhead.
In the mid-1960s, the Maine Central had enough local business in Rockland, ME, to station a yard switcher there in addition to the power for the local freight to Brunswick. Alco S4 314 rested in f... (more)
Strasburg has numerous rail-related things to do.
The Lhoist train returns to Crab Orchard after picking up a cut of empties from NS at Rockwood.