An eastbound train, with 49 TOFC flats, makes the ascent of Cajon Pass. The train is seen here rounding Sullivan’s curve at 2:20 pm on May 5, 1984.
Ready to leave Washington with the New York section of the "Southern Crescent". Trespassing? Yep.
SD45-2 5828 leads SD40-2s 5121 and 5062 on an eastbound manifest.
SD80MACs 4104 and 4110 leave Selkirk yard with a Boston line freight.
A pair of Santa Fe GP30’s enters Sullivan’s Curve as it drifts down the Cajon Pass Grade. They have just helped an intermodal train up to Cajon Summit, and are headed for their next push.
Paint is deceiving, as this is a 1979 view at Brewster and the unit with NH and PC markings is now owned by Conrail and the commuter trains are under MTA management. Metro North was still 4 years ... (more)
As the sun drops low, an evening MBTA rush hour train of ex-New Haven coaches behind an F40PH passes the former NH Dover Street coach yard in South Boston, now used for rapid transit (Red Line) ca... (more)
Departing Boston, an MBTA commuter train led by an F40PH crosses the Fort Point Channel drawbridge just outside South Station. This classic bascule bridge has since been replaced by a fixed span a... (more)
A westbound Union Pacific freight passes through St. Louis, Missouri, on June 15, 1990. A large cut of American President Lines (American President Companies, Ltd) containers ride up front behind ... (more)
New York bound shore train. There's a brand new MGB GT waiting at the 7th Ave crossings. Also note the S.S. Adams factory with its clock tower.
LS&I 1608 switches Munising, MI in August of 1966. I wonder who Tiger Lady is? Bob Ferge Kodachrome from my collection.
GP35 3502, GP20 2003 and GP38AC 3804 head across the Mojave desert, away from the interchange with Santa Fe at Cadiz.
The Bowie turn leaves Bowie for home. Trailing units are GP20 2045 and GP35s 2501 and 2503.
The AZER Bowie turn depicted in photo 659885 is seen at destination being passed by a SP double stacker headed by a pair of GP60s.
Eastern Idaho RR high hood SD45 3167 was built for the Southern Railway in 1970. This was one of 4 SD45's on the roster at that time. 2 were high hood ex Southern units, and 2 others were original... (more)