The Roseville to Oakland Manifest led by SD70M 4997 is on her way west after stopping to drop a cut of cars at OZOL yard.
The Canton Viaduct was completed in 1835 by the Boston & Providence Railroad. At the time, it was the largest viaduct in the world with a height of 70 feet and a length of 615 feet. It is the las... (more)
Norfolk Southern office car special is just a few miles from finishing a Chicago-Conway run alongside the Beaver River in New Brighton.
Polson Logging Company's #2 at another rare location these days. Crossing the Nehalem River near Mohler. A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay R... (more)
Dropping downgrade through Chorro, Amtrak's southbound Coast Starlight prepares to enter the Goldtree horseshoe curve as it snakes its way off Cuesta Pass toward its next station stop of San Luis ... (more)
Vancouver Coquitlam, BC - Toronto Yard, ON priority train #100 crosses over the Little Pic River on the North shore of Lake Superior
The daily Edmonton IMS, AB - Montreal Hochelaga, PQ "everything" train climbs up Neys Hill at a crawl with 9938ft of train
BNSF 4269 leads a stack train through the Nelson Canyon
Blue Ridge Southern's T31 job crosses the French Broad river as it arrives into Asheville to interchange with NS.
Polson Logging Company's #2 at the Smith Lake "reflecting pond". A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay RR.
Railroad: Polson Logging CoLocomotive: Steam 2-8-2Location: Rockaway Beach, Oregon, USALocomotive #: #2Train ID: N/aPhoto Date: May 19, 2018
A short S train climbs out of the Pica sag
A pair of BNSF "Heritage 1" painted C44-9W's lead another Dash 9 on the Provo-Lincoln manifest train down the 2-percent grade in Pinecliffe, Colorado on May 21, 2018.
Polson Logging Company's #2 is back at what it was meant to do, hauling a logging train. A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay RR.
A westbound Canadian Pacific coal train passes through a deep cut along the Thompson River in Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on September 28, 2015.
Canadian Pacific ethanol train No 650 is approaching the Canada/U.S border at sunrise