After performing some work on the Tillamook Branch, the Clackamas Switcher is returning to Brooklyn Yard in Southeast Portland.
A freight train hauled by UP #618 crosses the Snake Creek at Charleston.
DH45 crosses over the Cambooya wooden trestle on its way to Toowoomba.
Conway Scenic's Valley Train running over Moat Brook.
St Maries River Railroad's Monday run to the UP Connection at Plummer Idaho crosses the classic Trestle across Benewah lake on a cloudy with showers day.
A northbound Huntsville and Madison County Railroad Authority train crosses Pinhook Creek in Huntsville, Alabama. The train will soon enter the railroad's downtown yard.
The Bluegrass Scenic Railroad and Museum's restored ICG GP8 7738 eases across a wooden trestle over a private drive near Tyrone, between Milner and Young's High Bridge on their portion of the form... (more)
As part of the Conway Scenic Railfan's Weekend, the Boston & Maine F7A #4266 had a chance to get out and stretch its cylinders a bit. Utilized on the south end of the Valley Passenger Trains, the... (more)
Conway Scenic 4266 (ex-BM F7) leads the Valley Train over Moat Brook in Conway.
GSMR GP7 711 has just received the railroad's newest aquisition- an Amtrak diner. Here the short movement crosses a rarely used trestle just past the Dillsboro yard.
An ex-SP SD45 carbody leads the Cresson Turn west out of Fort Worth.
The SP Clack Switcher is crossing Kellogg Lake in the Portland suburb of Milwaukie. At the time, this trackage was part of SP's Tillamook Branch. The train was returning to Brooklyn Yard after pi... (more)
Skookum (Columbia River Belt Line 2-4-4-2 7) rolls across a timber bridge that looks like it can barely support the wight of the locomotive near Wheeler.
CSX 5224 takes a mixed freight train across the ACL era wooden trestle north of Waycross, GA. Shortly this train will cross the Satilla River on its journey northbound.
With 24 loads for the NS at Rockwood, Lhoist North America 3043 leads two GE's over one of the many wooden trestles along the former Tennessee Central line.