Traffic in Georgetown encounters an unexpected delay as the "Edwin Brazelton Snead" heavyweight passenger car is moved at walking speed for roughly three miles. This car was formerly the Missouri-... (more)
At this time this NYS&W boxcar was used for storage space at the Little Ferry roundhouse. The car was scrapped a few years later.
Quite a collection of older units have been assembled in the yard in Joliet on a beautiful Midwest fall morning. GTW GP9R 4632, another GTW GP38-2 and EJE 667 are seen in the distance.
Norfolk Southern's "safety train" passes a small pond near Calcis, Alabama, during a run from Tuscaloosa, AL, to Macon, GA. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information about Norfolk... (more)
Thomas the Insomniac
Looking like a Star Wars scene In February of 2006 the weather was no different from a typical Sierra Nevada Winter. In this scene the UP 604 pauses in Truckee, CA while the storm continu... (more)
Rebuilt at Burnham in 1969 as a Tool Car, this old 40 foot DRGW Boxcar began life in the 1940's.... This car still has a place on the Union Pacific in 2017, complete with roofwalk and high brake.... (more)
The Coastal Transportation Company Frozen Fish Handling Terminal in Seattle uses a Plymouth ML-8 switcher to move refrigerated rail cars. The company use a fleet of ships to move frozen fish and o... (more)
East Jordan and Southern #6 rests at her new display location about 1/4 mile away from her previous home of 57 years. The locomotive was recently moved across town to a more prominent display loca... (more)
NS 92T heads east at 225 with Fresh SD60E 7035 leading. This was 7035's first run after being rebuilt from SD60 6612. 7035 is the last of 4 SD60Es being rebuilt at Juniata in 2017
This 76 year-old survivor was spotted moving through the UP's North Yard on the back of a grain train. Built in April of 1941, DRGW 69035 was last serviced in 1969 and was utilized as a tool car ... (more)
Misty morning in Yacolt. The early morning ground fog and mist are still burning off in the tiny Washington hamlet of Yacolt, as the crew of a Crossett Western saddle-tanker takes their loc... (more)
This is another of those shots I'd always wanted and just got luck this day and stumbled upon it. It seems a bit like honorary street running and just had an incongruous charm about it.
“Long Gone: CPLs, Cabin Cars, and a Friendly Wave”
With RF&P GP40-2 146 plus three on the head end, Chessie System/C&O extended vision caboose 903318 brings up the markers on CSX R172 ... (more)