On August 13, 1990, the Santa Fe Railway operated a special train on Cajon Pass for the filming of a promotional film for one of their large shipping container customers, A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S. ... (more)
This hard-working machine, MBTA 3626, was a side-dump trolley work car used to haul ballast and dirt for track maintenance. It had an incredibly long service life. It was built by the Differential... (more)
At dusk, DPUs on a southbound coal load pass the sign at the south end of the railroad park where the UP and BNSF lines cross. The sign shows upcoming events in town, including a "Run the Rai... (more)
Metra has been 'gambling' with the addition of large-scale advertisements on their lead cab cars and, occasionally, their locomotives. This seems preferable to the Jimmy John's paint scheme recent... (more)
A morning Norfolk Southern train passes the Chick-Fil-A water tower in Atlanta. The spokescows would like you to know that "Chikin" is the "wurldz best food."
NS 287 heads for Bellevue in beautiful evening light as it passes under the signals at CD192. The billboard has some interesting things every once in a while. 7 floors of Hell anyone?
VIA F40PH No. 6445 was decked out in a special scheme for the Coors Light Silver Bullet Express—simulated side pipes and all—at Jasper, Alberta, on July 18, 2011.
Probably one of the coolest railroad billboards ive seen.
The "Torrance" (LOW10) passes through Dolanco Junction (aka Humphreys), where the San Pedro Via Torrance Line of the Pacific Electric once ran south and the loop line through Torrance Townsite wen... (more)
All over advertising for James Boag liquor.
All over advertising for the new Ford Falcon.
All over advertising for G-Star Raw
Countdown to National Train Day: 71 days!
1930 desgined 'Balloon' tram in overall McDonalds livery stands at stop awaiting to depart. These 1930 trams are still in everyday service
FEC trailer train crosses the St. Lucie river with a trailer sporting the Marines looking for a "Few Good Men".