After some road testing the ROAD SLUG SE3 is waiting to get to House One after returning from a trip to the CTH&SE. Soon the SE3 and the 83A will be on it's way to Tacoma,WA. where it will work Ta... (more)
The passenger excursion run on Oregon, California & Eastern by Pacific Northwest Chapter NRHS and Great Western Tours performs a photo run by in Olene Gap, nine miles east of Klamath Falls.
Happy Friday the 13th. After making a setout on the industry track, an eastbound roadswitcher out of Williston was impacted by the setout rolling back out onto main 2 due to a lack of hand brakes.... (more)
One of the first Amfleet I Coach Class cars with the new interior refresh, featuring comfortable e-leather cushion upgrades to the existing seat frames.
One of the first Amfleet I Business Class cars with the new interior refresh, featuring comfortable e-leather cushion upgrades to the existing seat frames.
GP40PH-2B 4211 is on display at MMC Family Day 2017 as a representative of NJ Transit's long-lived fleet of rebuilt GP40s.
NJ Transit GP40PH-2B 4209 sits adjacent to the load test station while a group of stored F40PHs can be seen in the distance at left.
The east end of Tennessee Central survives as Franklin Industrial Minerals (now Lhoist North America) and remains a popular draw despite its isolated area.
Conductor Manny is always pleasant, but he had an extra pep in his step on this day. After 30 years on the railroad this was his last trip, and he took time to bid farewell to his regulars. Happ... (more)
Looking out of Super Chief / El Capitan’s FP45, Train 18 is meeting westbound Train 23 the “Grand Canyon” behind two F units at Canyoncito, N.M. on March 7, 1968. Ahead for the Super is the cli... (more)
On Sunday, July 2, 2017, Amtrak Cascades train #506 derailed just south of Tacoma, WA. F59PHI #467 and a new Series 8 Talgo, the "Mt. Jefferson" were damaged. At the time of this photo, ... (more)
Utah Railway F45 6606 stands in the road’s yard in Martin, Utah. It appears to have a severe case of runny paint, or more likely, has blown oil all over its roof.
The Florida East Coast Railway Society got a behind the scenes tour of the new Brightline start up a new private fast passenger service in Florida.
A first look of the cab interior of a Brightline Train.
The New Haven retired the last of its classic EP-4 class passenger electrics in 1961, but three of them remained in storage until 1968, only to be cut up in the railroad's final days. Having been ... (more)