Wreck crews from Hulcher wave to Amtrak train 311, ''The Loop'', as it rolls slowly past derailed South Local at the elevator track lead in McLean, Illinois.
Steve Smedley photo
A certain Southern gentleman who we all know and love has delighted us by showing his beloved L&N in wonderfully sylvan settings. Well, y' all, I wish to present a grittier vintage view of railroa... (more)
Carolina Coastal Railway GP30 #23 sits in Blacksburg, SC on the former Norfolk Southern Railway Extension Cord Line. Carolina Coastal ran this line for a short time before the last customer stoppe... (more)
Watching the classic Delaware & Hudson lightning stripe GP38-2s pass a Union Pacific 'lightning stripe' AC44CW, the voice of Crocodile Dundee comes to mind from the D&H geeps when they pass the UP... (more)
Aeroexpress, who operates Moscow airport link, ordered 25 double-decker multiple-unit trains from Stadler Switzerland. 4 of these trains will be manufactered at Stadler Altenrhein works, 21 left a... (more)
Canadian Pacific Railway has continued to keep the pair of Delaware & Hudson 'heritage' GP38-2s together for work between Saratoga Springs and Albany's Kenwood Yard in New York. The classic light... (more)
MMID's new SD power finally arrived on 8/25/14. Unit numbers 3448,3451,3450,3449 are now awaiting maintenance checks before test runs can begin to see how the three axle trucks will fare on MMID's... (more)
Eastbound PC local crossing EL with double track EL CO GT EJE lines crossing in foreground in Griffith, IN
Second view of a photographer's delight. A lashup in Vermont's beautiful Northeast Kingdom. A visit to St. Johnsbury was like a visit to a candy store in that era- so much to choose from. To the ... (more)
RBMN Train PNJT, the local from Port Clinton to Jim Thorpe, is being put together with the assistance of the yard crew. The train will depart the yard shortly with a short stone train.
A former Milwaukee Road café-parlor car sits landlocked on a ranch near Livingston. It had been used in maintenance-of-way service before being sold for private use.
The Big Steamer passes the village where Joseph Nicéphore Niépce invented photography in 1822 (it was called heliography at the time).
The commemorative Pier 6 Hopper is in the consist of the U05, headed East into the yard at Williamson.
Ever since leaving the south end of the yard on Love Hill at Erwin. TN, train 94's four F-units have been pulling upgrade, and most of the time in Run 8--full throttle. Behind the drawbar of the r... (more)