Nice "adaptation" of an existing paint scheme I'd say.
NS power leads westbound train ZAILA west of El Casco.
Yesterday was Taco, erm... Wednesday, on the Huntington Sub, as KCSM 4538 led a westbound manifest. I was still in bed when I received word they were working at N459, the west end of Nampa Yard, a... (more)
A long way from home, CP 7032 leads a Westbound oil train through California's Mojave Desert at Jimgrey, 25 miles West of Barstow.
The 80th CSX Santa Train slows to a stop in Dante, VA so Santa Claus can hand out gifts and candy to the crowd of people at the back of the train. The train is led by CSX's three executive FP40H-... (more)
A colorful westbound QNYCLAC passes Verdemont in the early morning.
This freshly repainted Conrail N20 caboose made its long-awaited debut on ME-2 after being repainted in Metuchen Yard. CR 22137 had been a tagged, rusting eyesore for a decade or more. For years t... (more)
Three four axles stored on a small spur away from the mainline. I'd pay for a charter with them, that's for sure.
UP 1696 hauls freight past the Minnesota Transportation Museum's migration train.
The Meridian Southern Railway’s road train slowly rolls through the woods just south of Stonewall, MS, as they make the trek south to Waynesboro, MS. The train is powered by a matching pair of f... (more)
Aberdeen & Rockfish's "new" ex-NS GP38-3 rebuild is on display at the company's office in Aberdeen. This locomotive was rebuilt from former SOU/NS GP50 7033.
Running as an extra "Game Train," TRE 131 sits at Centreport station as happy Stars Hockey fans make their way to their cars after a victory over Seattle. The TRE runs an extra train aft... (more)
Happy 40th MTA Metro-North Railroad! On Monday, May 15, 2023, MNCW 208 (P32AC-DM) was released from railroad’s North White Plains shop in a commemorative “beachball” paint scheme heri... (more)
New York, not Connecticut.
Connecticut Co. trolley no. 1602 (Wason, 1911) and a second Conn Co car are seen on the loop track at the Shore Line Trolley Museum. This day was the museum's... (more)