An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
A Bruce Van Sant original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
An all-EMD consist leads Philadelphia to Potomac Yard manifest R405 (formerly B&O 85) westbound on the Thomas Viaduct on 09/20/1987. Note the two (what appear to be) Bradley Fighting Vehicles on f... (more)
Boston & Maine GP9 1707 and F3 4228 peer out the back doors of the shop building at the B&M's Boston Engine Terminal in East Cambridge, MA. At the time the 4228 was the railroad's last surviving F... (more)
A fresh coat of black paint has transformed New Haven RS1 0671 into Penn Central 9946. Along with its caboose it's about to depart Northup Avenue Yard in Providence, RI, to switch downtown custome... (more)
This picture was taken at St. Clet more than 22 years after the beautiful photo at the same location recently posted by Ian Stronach. It's interesting to consider what had changed and what had st... (more)
Race Street used to be such a neat place to hang out, with such variety of equipment. A Kim E. Piersol original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Note the AEM7-like Phase III paint and lettering on a 900-series E60CP. Also note the Brecknell-Willis high-speed pantograph that AEM7s were equipped with. A J. C. Smith original Kodachrome slid... (more)
Two Santa Fe F45’s and two SD45-2’s guide a westbound pig train down the steep (3.3% grade) north track just west of Cajon Summit. Today, the location is called Silverwoo... (more)
Before entering St. Luc Yard this eastbound freight is crossing over from the eastward main track to enter the Lachine Piggyback Terminal to make a setoff. The Signals Department has some work to... (more)
Southern Pacific tunnel motors lift a 98 car manifest toward the summit at Cajon.
Eastbound reefers from the San Joaquin have crested Cajon Summit, and are now dropping toward Colton.
A Walter Schopp original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
The daily train from Amory, MS drops down the hill at Chickasaw on its final lap into Mobile.