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 !!
Just whose railroad is this? An old sign from the Illinois Central days is barely hanging on as the blur of a Canadian National covered hopper wisks by in the early morning hours of an otherwise q... (more)
Rear end helpers on a westbound manifest while the front end power is being refueled and serviced
A pair of UP power moves a CP train into Pig's Eye.
Three things you can always find in Roanoke: Flags, Trains, and No Trespassing signs.
Q211 clears Parkton and throttles up after several slow orders. Note the multiple "No Trespassing" signs placed along the overpass which crosses a small creek
Like the sign says "NO TRESPASSING". So this is as close as I get for a shot of this SD9043MAC (UP LWT45 04) in UP Sargent Yard.
An otherwise boring grab shot was improved slightly by including the omnipresent No Trespassing sign.