Technically, this track has belonged to Norfolk Southern for something like 15 years, but it was first built by the Louisville & Nashville in 1891, and operated until early 1986. A local coal comp... (more)
Found in the small former Interstate yard at "Top," the control point in Norton is this odd piece of track work. This still in-service spur features several 80-pound rails rolled by Carnegie Steel... (more)
A rail-bound manganese frog that has seen much better days, sits in the scrap bin awaiting recycling.
A moody evening in Whitby as I wait for my train to arrive for my deadhead back to Willowbrook, the rails show it's years of passenger rail use as they string down into the horizon on GO Transit's... (more)
After the clearing of CP104, the sun sets in behind the clouds but the glow of it still remains on the railhead on this warm winters evening.
As clouds roll in, sun begins to come out of the clouds to bring in the light and depth of the engraving on the rail which was made by Algoma Steel in April of 1984.