Canadian Pacific Railway dome-lounge 3605, the Selkirk, was built by Pullman-Standard in 1938 as Southern Pacific Railroad tavern car 10312. In 1955 the SP rebuilt it into a dome-lounge (S... (more)
Colorado & Southern 3-foot narrow gauge boxcar No. 8311 displays its weathered billboard lettering at Como, Colorado, on the afternoon of August 24, 2021.
Central Pair. Webb Rail's former New York Central Railroad Budd built Pullman obs/diner "Babbling Brook" (WEBX 800007) was joined by former New York Central lounge/diner "Swi... (more)
The DT&I X 717 Wagon Top Box Car is one the Last surviving pieces of DT&I rolling stock to exist. This car is especially rare because of the Wagon Top Design.
Built By Bethlehem Steel in 1937 t... (more)
Retired but reflecting the look of a earlier era.
Unusual cargo. I found this loaded 12 axle flatcar on the EJ&E Porter Line in February 1977.
Cute. No frills. I bet this thing was a rolling sauna in the Mississippi/Alabama summers. I've always wondered what the curved handrail on the side of cabooses is for. I've never seen it used f... (more)
Former UP Caboose in downtown Sachse
Inspection Time. The FRA inspection units prepare to depart from Columbia north on the Southern R Line toward Charlotte, NC.
In downtown Flatonia, a small railroad museum keeps a nicely restored caboose and interlocking tower on display.
BN 972500 sits in Skykomish, WA awaiting the next call to clear snow on BNSF's Stevens Pass mainline. Snow volume and traffic density will determine if the machine will be called to duty. This uni... (more)
A New England Winter Scene. Saturday, February 25, 2023 when Webb Rail's former Union Pacific Railroad Budd built Pullman 10-6 "Pacific Union" (WEBX 800640) and former New York Ce... (more)
Back in the day when a name would suffice. Photo by Gary W. Zeitler.
Ex-2268 built by ATSF in 1949, rebuilt in 1976 according to atsf.railfan.net.
Don't know the full story behind this one but I thought Justin's Caboose was a unique display at Ringley Park in Downtown Coeburn.