This hard-working machine, MBTA 3626, was a side-dump trolley work car used to haul ballast and dirt for track maintenance. It had an incredibly long service life. It was built by the Differential... (more)
Having departed from the Arborway terminal and ducked under the New Haven RR mainline, a pair of MBTA PCCs venture out onto South Street in Jamaica Plain on their way downtown via Huntington Avenu... (more)
A pair of the New Haven's boxy EF-4 class freight electrics await their next run to New York at the Cedar Hill engine terminal in New Haven. Built for the Virginian Railway in 1956 and 1957, these... (more)
New Haven RS-3 535 poses with a group of U25Bs and Century 425s at the Maybrook, NY, engine terminal during the railroad's final summer. Once one of the NH's most important freight gateways for tr... (more)
6023 King Edward II climbs past the holidaymakers enjoying the sun on Goodrington Sands hauling the 10:30 Paignton to Kingswear on Sunday 15th July 2018
6023 King Edward II climbs past Saltern Cove hauling the 14:25 Paignton to Kingswear on Friday 13th July 2018
Penn Central didn't like to spend unnecessary money on paint. Former New York Central RS-3 5333 had its old road name and herald painted out and went back to work in complete corporate anonymity. ... (more)
This weary-looking Alco high hood switcher, built in 1939, was one of Penn Central's oldest diesels, edged out only be a few ex-NYC SW1s. Former New Haven HH-660 0924 got a new number and a patche... (more)
Bloomer 7561 sits at Gibson City on a cold night.
Southern Railway No. 401 performs a runby over Camp Creek Trestle while a picnicking couple looks on. This shot is from the photo charter hosted by myself under the name Southern Rail Productions.... (more)
A PREX GP20 in nearly untouched Santa Fe paint sits on a side track in Peoria.
Sunlit Switcher. An Alco S-2 switcher works at CMC Steel near Cayce Yard in Cayce, SC as the evening sun sets.
Rock Island 4506, on its first day in service, leads the coach train east back into the IRM depot.
A pair of NS D9-40CWs lead a stack train through Austin on a 100 degree day in July.