Railfans - They're Like a Box of Chocolates - The wonderful thing about the train station in Fullerton California is that you never know what you will see there on any given day. In the ... (more)
Artist Jennifer M. Wood, daughter of long time SBRHS member Jim Wood, is seen here working on a pen and ink drawing of AT&SF steam locomotive 3751 below a just very nice marker rendition of same e... (more)
Amidst a large crowd of on-lookers, AT&SF 3751 begins her trip northward out of San Diego's Santa Fe Depot. With cylinder cocks open, bell ringing, and whistle blasting (forcing some to plug their... (more)
The North Jersey Chapter NRHS sponsored a steam special to Bay Head Junction with the last operating Camelback, #774, on Sunday, July 11, 1954. John took photos of the trip and they have all bee... (more)
Oops!! This girl was looking for the next inbound Metra train to Chicago, peered to the west, turned around to look back east, and was surprised to see this empty coal train running the "wr... (more)
Only in Nelson County,KY will you find a young female in shorts with cowgirl boots, kentucky railway museum & a really cool photo spot. J.L. Cundiff, a volunteer at KRM & a RP contri... (more)
Rail Pictures Contributor Jennifer McDaniel wearing her Easter best waves at Florida East Coast engineer, Dave Shelley as he takes 107 south. FEC 107 is twisting through Moultrie Junction through ... (more)
Highball for the Juice
475 Pulls into the Station in Strasbug after a Santa Run. I think what makes this picture one of my favorite is how the American Flag is floating on the smoke made by 475!
'Tis the Season!
She's gonna need a new shirt. If you didn't know you were in Tiger country at TrainFestival 2009, there were plenty of blue and orange reminders, like this girl wearing a Curtis Granderson ... (more)
The trail along side 734's route to Frostburg is being used for a 3 mile run this day, and the lady handing out water gives the crew of 734 a wave, as the big 2-8-0 takes her train back to Cumberl... (more)
Work on the Helmstetter's new barn comes to a standstill as Mountain Thunder rounds the curve.
March of the foamers. And they will march just as they have done for decades, ever since the ferroequinologists decided to visit, to photograph and railfan in the most scenic places on Eart... (more)
I thought I left the foamers in Owosso! In reality, this is a photo run-by during the P&W's Fall Circle Tour, sponsored by the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts.