Nantahala Gorge excursion Train the photo was taken out of the train off the wild water car
In 1974, the Southern/Western Railway of Alabama crossing in Opelika was still first come, first served. On this spring day long-range local 45 gets their man to the crossing first, so WofA local... (more)
Union Pacific's Park City local, with it customary three GP30's is off the branch, and back on the main. Seen here near the mouth of Weber Canyon on the Evanston Subdivision. (Tom Ellis photo)
NKP 901 leads a excursion North out of Springfield.
Cincinnati Railway's Nickel Plate Road GP30 leads a deadhead move on the former DT&I near Jeffersonville, OH. The train is enroute to Springfield for upcoming weekend excursions.
The Cincinnati Railway Company's restored Nickel Plate Road GP30 901 powers a Saturday excursion from Springfield Ohio to Lima Ohio. Here it crosses the mighty bridge across the Great Miami River ... (more)
L&N GP30 1044, delivered in 1963, was badly damaged in a wreck in 1974. The rebuild resulted in an odd roof profile that combined elements of the original GP30 shape, with the newer Spartan cab s... (more)
Fans talked about the CSX 'stealth scheme' when the first very plain, very gray C40-8s arrived around 1990, but L&N had gone stealth years before when in the mid-1970s they stopped painting loco n... (more)
L&N 1030 and 1031 aren't much past their tenth birthdays, but they are already mostly relegated to service on secondary trains, like this long-distance local heading south from S&N Yard. On the r... (more)
Washington Eastern Railway units 4227 and 2422 still show their original paint schemes of Southwestern RailRoad and Santa Fe. The GP30's are at the small yard in Cheney, WA next to the BNSF mainli... (more)
2601 shuffles some bi-level coaches on the south end of the North Carolina Transportation Museum to make room for the 611 night photo session later than evening.
SOO 700 along with a SOO Caboose sit on display at St. Paul Union Depot during a night photo shoot
Cotton Belt 5006 on display at the Arkansas Railroad Museum in Pine Bluff.
TVRM engines 1824 1829 2594 pose for the camera at the Grand Jct depot.