This train is the ex-Q626, running from Buffalo to Selkirk. This route hardly merits the local designation that the train runs with. Either way, it is nearing its destination on this windswept l... (more)
Eastbound stacks trundle over the bridge at Pattersonville with stacks for the NYC metro.
With the evening peak in full swing, a pair of New York City Transit No.6 trains meet up in the heart of the Bronx, with a third train visible at the platform behind.
Bombardier built R62A cars are seeing heading further into the far-off land of The Bronx New York City. In the lingering cold, the sun leaks through a crack in the clouds.
The Buffalo to Selkirk "Local" comes over the Pattersonville Bridge over the Mohawk with another AC44 leader.
Bright YN2 paint shine in the sun on Q004 has they cross the Mohawk River bridge toward Selkirk.
A late night double headed freight, led by Southern's 2-8-2 No. 4501630 trailed by 2-8-0 No. 630, heads west over the singled steel girder trestle over the South Chickamauga Creek. Captured duri... (more)
A Southern powered freight, led by 2-8-0 No. 630, roars south through an S-curve on the Chattooga & Chickamauga line, passing the iconic old shack in Rock Spring, GA. Taken during a Lerro Product... (more)
Southern Railway's 2-8-2 No. 4501 blasts out of the western portal of the 1858 built, 986-foot long Missionary Ridge Tunnel along the west end of the TVRM's main line. This was part of a two day ... (more)
Southern Mikado #4501 (built by Baldwin in 1911) and Consolidation #630 (built by ALCO in 1904), leading a mixed freight train, on the bridge over the South Chickamauga Creek during the Blue Hour.... (more)
Southern 630 & 4501 pull a freight past the famous old Doctor's Office in Rock Spring, GA. Photo taken during a Lerro Productions photo charter - www.LerroPhotography.com
A true "Wow, I can't believe this happened!".. actually happened on March 11th of 2017, as an Amtrak Cascades F59PHI escaped from Washington State leading Amtrak 8, and was turned and re... (more)
The Tennesee Valley Railroad Museum is home to not one, but two operational Southern Railways coal-fired steam locomotives. #630 is a 1904 American Locomotives 2-8-0 Consolidation.with over 46,000... (more)
SOO GP38-2 4402 casts its reflection in a puddle as it pulls out past Scott St for headroom.