Although we'll never again see fallen-flag boxcars rumbling across the great PRR bridge at Safe Harbor, we soon might be able to walk across it. The conversion of the long-abandoned bridge to hik... (more)
Former TP&W RS11 #340 was gutted, converted to a plow and stashed away next to the elevator at Beaverville. Not really sure if the thing has ever turned a wheel, but it stands as a reminder of wh... (more)
An abandoned diamond sits in the woods on a disused portion of Conrail's Reformatory Branch. One track connected the CNJ (later Conrail) Reformatory Branch with the former PRR/PC (now NJ Transit) ... (more)
A passenger / inspection train being operated for the Lexington Group coasts through Proctor yard as they continue on their tour of NE Minnesota and will now travel towards Duluth, MN before going... (more)
Well known are the viaducts in Morez. The railcar to Andelot is crossing the “Viaduct des Crottes”. The difference in altitude since the departure in the station is about 80 metres (262 ft).
A view from my seat in the rear of dome-observation car “Strathcona Park” on VIA Rail No. 5 between Red Pass and Swiftwater, British Columbia, reveals the tallest mountain in the Canadian Rockies ... (more)
An FM H-12-44 works the big bi-level commuter coaches at 4th & Townsend on a Saturday morning.
Elephant-style F-units pass under the classic old Western Maryland Railway signal bridge in Chambersburg. Trains traversed this route from 1881 to November 2, 2000. The tracks are gone today, but ... (more)
Set of power La Junta
Cogwheel (rack) engine 4296 built in 1908 by Wiener Lokomotiv Fabriks AG in Wien-Florisdorf pushes a tourist train up the grade out of Tizovec. The engine will actually use the rack higher in the ... (more)
Walking Horse and Eastern 806 lives out what is very likely its final days rusting away in an industrial park east of Shelbyville, TN.
Two of the best ways to get around Alaska are by plane or by train. In this scene we mix them together as a southbound Airport Train rolls by the southern ... (more)
The Nebraska Zephyr departs off station track 1 for its last run of the day while BN1 hold down track 2 in the pouring rain.
On February 7, 2006, Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 approaches Decker’s Bay with a freight train surrounded by Utah’s snowy Wasatch Mountains. The train is running alongside an ice-covered Deer Creek... (more)
End of a life for tracks: no trains will run behind this point.