Two new Union Pacific SD90MAC-H #8523 and #8522 built 4/99 at Electro-Motive Canada London, Ontario sitting in Canadian Pacific yard May 22, 1999 . Photographer Pierre Ozorak. Photo taken f... (more)
After the derailment of Boeing 737 fuselages into the Clark Fork River, the Boeing train became the hottest train on the railroad. Here is one of those "Hot" moves crossing Greenhorn Vi... (more)
Massive upgrades to CN's Newmarket Sub have brought all kinds of different equipment to the area recently. This Peterbilt Brandt Hi-Rail along with a Mack have been busy doing all kinds of jobs in... (more)
This was somewhere around Alamosa, CO. I was vacationing in the Midwest and happen to spot this from a local road, maybe half a mile away. It was on a very rarely used segment of track, possibly a... (more)
Fortunately, this is not the main track!
Looking east along the former mainline of the Wisconsin Central (Soo Line/DSS&A) at Diamond Junction. The signals have been deactivated after WC abandoned this track in 1997 after purchasing Union... (more)
1918-1966 Rains was one of the closely settled coal camps that ran together and was mined by Liberty Fuels. There was a time this area north of helper produced 300 coal cars a day of coal from se... (more)
International train Mejillones (Chile) - San Cristobal (Bolivia) carrying empty ore containers travels through the lava field of the Poruña volcano.
An ex-Santa Fe SD45, wearing a BNSF number but NREX initials, has been shuffled around at NRE and is sitting at the east end of the ex-Rock Island facility. A few of the ex-BN SD60M's recently so... (more)
New units will soon be heading to GWI's Maryland Midland Railroad which consist of four SD40-2s or SD40-2Ms. The units are former CEFX/OFOX SD40-2 models which were built as SP SD45s, the units ... (more)
An EMD F45 converted into luxury lodgings sits on the grounds of the Izaak Walton Inn in Essex, Montana. The locomotive, painted in Great Northern's "Big Sky Blue" scheme actually start... (more)
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: Sitting on top of the world: An added treat for the Amtrak passengers this afternoon, three Army helicopters out for a spin along the Hudson.
After over a day of rain in a low lying area, this CSX lead track from Oak Island Yard to a local scrap industry is flooded. All that is seen is a switch stand and the rail head.
Extra 7005A-West, with four F-9's (A-A-B-A) between Livingston and Muir, Montana September 2, 1960. Photographer Ken Crist. Slide taken from my collection.