Fresh out of the paint shop in Waycross, CSXT 1827 wears the present and past heritage paint scheme, leading M646 to Birmingham to be used for family day over the weekend.
Pfizer SW-8 no. 1, née Rock Island no. 838 (EMD, 1953), is seen in the yard at the Danbury Railway Museum. The locomotive was used by the pharmaceutical company to switch ... (more)
Copper Basin Railway’s OT-1 ore shuttle train prepares to dump its train of copper ore at Asarco’s unloading facility at Hayden, Arizona, on April 20, 2017. The arriving CBRY OT-1 unloads the ... (more)
The mountain were in the clouds on this lovely late morning at tunnel 1.
A Trenitalia "Frecciarossa" train ETR 500 #013 stops
in the Central Station, it should leave later for Bari. In this case, the train sports the new livery which is gradually being ado... (more)
Old and new Norfolk Southern heritage.
Amtrak's newest heritage unit, the 164, leads the California Zephyr West into Aurora.
NS 740 finishes it's ascent up the Marshal Steam Station lead, with 115 empty coal cars bound for Shire Oak yard in Pennsylvania. NS 8104, the Lehigh Valley heritage unit, leads the charge.
Westbound 5 climbs the tunnel district at Crescent, CO with 164’s first run with new Heritage Paint.
CSX has joined the heritage revolution! First out of the paint shop is ES44AH 1827 (formerly 3059), numbered and painted for the Baltimore & Ohio. It rolled out of the shop on May 10 and went righ... (more)
The Southwest Chief, with #148 and the Operation Life Saver engines, run north through Watrous, New Mexico on their way to Raton.
Sporting its new paint in a Baltimore and Ohio scheme on the longhood, CSX has its first heritage locomotive. 1827 commemorating the year associated with the start of the B&O.
That green varied a great deal over the years and on different units. The unit started on NYC, then went to PC, then CR and ended up at the Alco orphanage. Photo by Mike Dolenski, from my collec... (more)
Racing westbound with the Sun rising in the east, BNSF ES44DC no.7523 leads a mixed Manifest along the Columbia River.
TGV PSE 16 built in 1980,which broke the world record of railway speed on february 26th 1981, 380 kph, exhibited at Villiers-Saint-Georges