The Murder Mystery train waits for passengers at SGLR's Colonial Boulevard station. Taken from footpath along canal.
A Raritan Central GP10 occupies a short siding that, from this angle, appears to be at full capacity with an engine and two cars.
The POVA is an amazingly scenic railroad... from a boat. While the railroad skirts the beautiful Pend Oreille River for a large portion of its trip, most of it cannot be viewed or appreciated from... (more)
The Winchester and Western strolls through Winchester, VA with empties in tow for the sand mine at Gore on Tuesday September 3, 2019.
On Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019 we find the Winchester and Western turning from Hogue Creek. The "Sandman" runs into Indian Hollow to begin the westward climb up Gainesboro Hill, the fin... (more)
Soaring across the Pend Oreille River, the POVA heads towards Priest River after running around their train and working at Newport. In addition to the massive bridge, the Albeni Falls Dam in the b... (more)
The Gettysburg and Northern daily local, which runs north to the interchange with NS in Mt. Holly Springs before returning south to Gettysburg, creeps along through the gentle PA countryside. The... (more)
While some old rail depots have been restored and kept as historic relics (the Amtrak station in Lewistown comes to mind), many, like this ex. Reading depot in Gardners, have fallen into disrepair... (more)
Arkansas Midland 400 and 2502 bask in the early morning sun in Little Rock. Soon the temperature would rise and an excessive heat advisory would be issued for the Little Rock area.
The now obsolete nightly Heart of Georgia Intermodal leaves Vidalia westbound to Cordele on a cold February night back in 2017. Leading the train on this night way NREX GP10 1403 which was origin... (more)
Before the BLOL headed North for the day with their grain train, they brought some ethanol cars to the plant in town, and dropped some cars off in the NS interchange.
The Bloomer Line bringing a grain train from CN North on their trackage towards various elevators on their line. This train would shortly stop in Sibley to drop off a cut of cars & BLOL 7504.
Yes, it’s probably a reproduction but it’s class nevertheless, especially when today’s multimillion dollar products get a tacky peel and stick label. IMHO that just says something about us.
Oh, yes we do understand Annie. Take the best product of the first generation, make it better, and she’s still on the job almost 65 years later.