Maine Central GE U18B 409 rests at the roads Rigby yard at Portland in May 1976 These units were called the Independence Class and this one was named Ethan Allen as can be seen under the cab
Wisconsin and Southern T-003 Janesville to Horicon is on the CN between Waukesha and Slinger
W&LE train 430 with former DRGW SD40T-2 5413 leading rolls east through Upper Sandusky, Ohio, among the snow and fall foliage of Nov. 14, 2021. The 430 is an as-needed transfer from the Indiana & ... (more)
Georgia Central 555 leads L782 through Pembroke, Georgia heading to Ellabell as it passes a Christmas tree in the middle of town
It looks calm and pleasant, but it was a cold and windy day as temps were below zero and wind gusts were howling as these loads of taconite pellets make their way down to Two Harbors, MN.
Georgia Central Y204 crosses Swift Creek on the newly rehabbed portion of the old Georgia & Florida Railway. After 40 years of being dormant, the reconnection (using state funds) between Swainsbor... (more)
As they did for thirty odd years these units project mighty columns of glorious Alco pollution into the pristine atmosphere of the Windy City as they slowly drag the merchandise of America from ra... (more)
A very late running ( 15/16 hours) VIA #2 is heading east on the Wainwright Sub away from Edmonton with the assistance of CN 2519. Reportedly one of the HEP units on the VIA locomotives had failed... (more)
This locomotive was built as Amtrak 644 and is the only operable SDP40F in existence. It's owned by https://dynarail.org/ with the hope of restoring it to an Amtrak livery. As with many historic ... (more)
ATSF in NJ. Consciously still in the Santa Fe blue and yellow paint scheme as a tribute, SLRS 4211 (née-ATSF 6354, B23-7, GE, 4/1978) was switching cars on the PU-1 job near Pedricktown Ro... (more)
Three Alco RSD15 Gators and an RSD4 lead a Empty coal train into the Utah Railways yard on a Beautiful late afternoon in September 1976
First run with new stainless steel cars on the ATSF Super Chief, train number 17, east of Trinidad Colorado, 8 cars, 50 MPH, May 19th 1937. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
With COVID-19 in full swing, SEPTA service was limited. Pennsylvania Northeastern took advantage of this and provided railfans with the opportunity to chase the Lansdale - Ivyland turn in daylight... (more)
The last remaining "red nose" prepares to depart Washington Terminal lite.
Built as Milwaukee 2200, then making stops at DM&E and then Indiana Railroad, this DeBruce Grain loco has established residence at these grain elevators since at least 2006.