To help celebrate her new excursion career, the 765 pulled a short freight train for members of the Fort Wayne group, and the Hoosier Valley museum.
Power of the daily Hamilton-Nanticoke and return Steel Train enjoys the morning off in the bright winter sunshine (finally!). Note the creative use of scrap rail.
Cutting through Maryland Heights and crossing the Potomac River, CSXT 5315 rolls past the former B&O station at Harpers Ferry while the railfans watch on.
The pedestrian traffic crossing the double mainlines is so bad, as in near hits and idiots, that it's no surprise here why this was painted on the rails.
The DPUs on the Colorado Springs Utilites Empty Coal Train pass the unknown railroad property sign, ok yes its ex DRGW, at Chemical, Colorado, on its way west.
In the 1900's this wooden Arch building housed weights and pulleys that could raise and lower a 100 foot hinged ramp by as much as 8 feet to load & unload freight from the many steam locomotives t... (more)
French version of the "No Trespassing" sign and an ageing diesel railcar, soon-to-be retired
"Stay outta here!" However, BNSF allows railfans to park off of McClure Road at the west end of Eola Yard here, just stay on this side of the signs!
These signs have recently been placed all over Rochester Yard, most likely due to railfans not respecting the property.
This interesting sign still guards a girder bridge somewhere on the former B&O. Anyone venture a guess as to it's time period? Bottom line reads: C.E. Bertrand Vice President C.F. Wright Genl. Su... (more)
Behind this sign sits one of the largest extant collections of Baldwin diesel locomotives.
A pair of BN SD40-2s march past another remnant of the BN as Frank Jordan waves from the window.
An interesting variation on the "No Trespassing" sign.
These Private Property No Trespassing signs are common as dirt but sadly they are getting old, replaced and now tagged like this one is, while CP 241 zips by on the south track.
No Trespassing !!