The "Baby Builder" section of the Empire Builder travels through the small Columbia River town of Lyle, Washington.
This photo was taken during the 2013 Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: GE P42DCLocation: Lyle, Washington, USALocomotive #: AMTK 124Train ID: AMTK 28Photo Date: May 18, 2013
The bridge over the river Dordogne near Bordeaux was built in 1885. With a length of 2178 meter, it is the longest railway bridge in France.
Bombardier, Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) train of BTS at Krung Thon Buri Station (S7).
UP 7964, the 5,000th GE leads the ABESPX in the siding at Hiland on the Mojave Sub where it will be making a 2 car setout. The DPU of the ILBOA can be seen to the left as the train holds the main ... (more)
High up in the sky at Amonate, Va., No. 745 eases across the massive Trace Fork viaduct on the former Norfolk and Western Dry Fork Branch, while trekking north toward Iaeger with a train of emptie... (more)
An eastbound coal train traverses over the New River Gorge by way of the truss bridge at Cunard. Across the river from here lies the abandoned community of Sewell. This area was known primarily fo... (more)
"Resting on the Cold Turntable"
An ex GN U25B rests in company of a Q sister at St. Paul in this slide from my collection. No photographer information on slide.
Norfolk Southern hopper train No. 77A rolls west into the snowy yard situated in Bluefield, W.Va., to tie its train down, remove the motors, and take them to the fueling pad. Roughly 36 hours prev... (more)
When passenger trains were king: Built by Fellheimer & Wagner for the New York Central in 1929, the Buffalo Central Terminal now sits in derelict condition as another day of abandonment comes to a... (more)
As a young driver dreaming about owning a new car, this Southern Pacific Auto-Pack captivated my attention. It featured a rainbow of shiny new 1978 Chevrolet Camaros and Pontiac Firebirds that had... (more)
A Santa Fe GP7u finds itself employed by the Utah Railway Company at the Amoco Oil Refinery north of Salt Lake City.
PSAP Backing to the cut at a customer just south of town. Later in the afternoon this job would head north to Shelton with 47 empty centerbeams for the Simpson mill.