Local train between Martigues and Croix-Sainte on the giant bridge over the Canal de Caronte in the afternoon sun
In some of the last days of the Cuba Sub searchlights the new Darth Vader signals are already looming ominously over Niangua siding. Anticipation grows as the headlights of an approaching westboun... (more)
End of an Era. The Famous PRR Signals that guided Westbound trains in the "Trench" at CP Penn have been retired. Also of note, new crossovers in front of the signals, the Interlocking ha... (more)
DB Cargo 186 123 leads a Soutbound Intermodal Train past Schwetzingen.
Westbound along the Clark fork River a quartet of BNSF engines with a string of hoppers breaks the silence on a beautiful Montana Morning
The 0-4-0T steam locomotive "Winifred" was built in 1885 by the Hunslet Engine Company for the Penrhyn Slate Quarry. An American antique dealer bought the engine in 1965 for export to th... (more)
The Westbound Signals at Leets finally came down, and have provided so many railfans with photo angles of them passing through the bridge in both directions.
Dawn breaks on the Fallbridge Sub as the morning Z crosses the causeway separating the Columbia River from Roland Lake.
Removed PRR Signals at CP Leets. Workers have torched and lifted off the PRR Eastbound signals at Leetsdale and replacements are already in place.
Position Light Farewell- By the time most of you see this photo, the PRR position light signals shown in it will be gone. The westbound Capitol Limited passes beneath the signal bridge at ... (more)
NS 570 crawls toward CP Leets as 21M is lit through on Main 3. This was the last full day and night for these old PRR Signals, the next day, these will be removed from service.
The diesel Class 03 No.D2178 locomotive was built in 1961 at Swindon Works, Ashford. The engine is owned and operated by the heritage Gwili Steam Railway.
Local train line S1 from Wedel toward Hamburg - Airport in the station Blankenese with the nice semaphore signals
Like a big engine: Driver and stoker on a 2-6-2T steam locomotive at the 12¼ inches Fairbourne steam railway.
ASV 4 approaches Jeep Road with the 10am run on the way to Enterprise, KS