CSX 8733 and CSX 552 lead an empty autorack train past the historic EF Baldwin design Point of Rocks station. The station was built by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1873.
The West Portal of Tunnel 8 - [Gorge Ride 2017 Series] -Air vent tubes from the 2004 rebuild of Tunnel 8, lie outside the west end of the bore between the west portal of 8 and the east por... (more)
One of the oldest locomotives on the BN roster at merger day was BN 991, a 1946 model NW5, one of EMD's earliest attempt at a road switcher. X-GN 191, the unit worked its final years in the Pacifi... (more)
Central Maine & Quebec #810 is heading toward Farnham Yard with traffic picked up at the interchange with Canadian Pacific at Iberville.
Central Maine & Quebec #2 awaiting departure at Farnham Yard.
Gone and Forgotten
Sitting quietly deep in the Cumberland Hollars lost in time is this vintage ex: Reading Railroad ALCO RS-3 now in the faded Southern Green, and White, and two p... (more)
In 1984, Andy Muller, owner of the fledgling Blue Mountain and Reading, purchased a wholesale lot (certainly upwards of 20) CF7’s from the Santa Fe, with at least one GP7u thrown in for good measu... (more)
This is the aftermath of the November 22, 1994 taconite train runaway on Tennessee Pass. The train ran away on the 3% grade, and ended up in a pile at the bottom of the Mitchell Curves. Remarkabl... (more)
Sandwiching a mock high-speed locomotive acting as a display for the future of California's high-speed rail, SP 2467, a 4-6-2 built for the Southern Pacific in 1921, and SPMW 205, a 1920-built rot... (more)
Western Maryland 734 blasts through City Junction as the sun rises through the trees on a cold January morning.
City Junction, located at the mouth of the narrows, was the location of a small... (more)
Blizzard Snow & Ice Breaker
Snow & Ice breaker train set extra with PL42AC 4011 and 4 passenger cars speed through Mountain Lakes station stop breaking through the sleet, sn... (more)
Union Pacific 4-6-6-4 "Challenger" number 3985 and E9A number 949 rest in the roundhouse at the Cheyenne, Wyoming shops on March 25, 2017.
The dead line in Vesoul has a number of commuter and local service trains waiting the scrapper's torch.
Bessemer & Lake Erie’s Western Allegheny branch local has left its train on the main, and is making a reverse move on the siding at Liggett, Pennsylvania.
This publicity photo of The 400 was taken for the C&NW Public Relations Dept. most likely around September 1939 when the streamlined train was first inaugurated. I was able to make a copy photo of... (more)