Brand new AC44i and the very first double-stack prototype car developed for Brado.
Its just another day at the office for the engineer of AMTK 507 as he brings Amtrak 1790 south toward Point Conception on a beautiful afternoon along the ex-Southern Pacific coast line. This view ... (more)
Following an afternoon downpour, W8 class tram 981 waits for maintenance staff to clear a blocked drain in Flinders Street at Market Street.
Through the Looking Glass... Or at least a reversed digital image as though you put the slide in the projector backwards.
Presentation of 4 steamlocomotives round the turntable in Landquart in the evening. From left G 3/4 # 1 "Rhätia" from 1889, G 3/4 # 11 "Heidi" from 1902 (converted to burn light oil), G 4/5 # 107 ... (more)
IHB 8738 and 2 mates slowly hammer the Santa Fe diamond in McCook, IL with a transfer freight in August of 1988. 8738 was sold to Larry's Truck Electric in 2003.
While chasing the 4501 from Chattanooga to Summerville, we came across this scene at the Oaken Road crossing. We asked the owners of this beautifully restored truck if we could have permission to... (more)
"Mogul" steamlocomotive G 3/4 # 208 of association Ballenberg Dampfbahn (steam railway Ballenberg) in the roundhouse at Landquart. The locomotive was built by SLM in 1913 for the Brünigb... (more)
This Colorado & Southern 641 was built in July of 1906 by the American Locomotive Company and ran local freight around Leadville, Colorado and also made runs to the Climax gold mine. It is on dis... (more)
Amtrak's North Coast Hiawatha departing the Dells westbound.
As a Metra commuter train departs Waukegan Station on the left-hand main, another arrives. This is UP's Kenosha Sub, part of the ex-C&NW Chicago-Milwaukee line.
The crew of the Loram ballast cleaner gives a unique roll-by of CN 2341 as they take the siding through the yard at Virginia to continue southbound. The ballast cleaner was down while the crew was... (more)
A rare northbound move continues on the CN Rainy Sub as they approach all the safety equipment that keeps the railroad and the general public separate from one another.