BLOL 7591 pulls through Cullom with 25 grain loads. Here they are passing the nice park set up around downtown.
BLOL 7591 loads empty grain cars at the elevator in Cullom. From here they'll take the 25 cars back to the NS in Gibson City.
The sun has begun to set as a southbound Bloomer Line grain train splits the elevator at Charlotte. Units 7591 and 7561 are the leaders of the pack, pulling the train "elephant style." T... (more)
Pend Oreille Valley Railroad’s freight from Usk to Sandpoint crosses the bridge over the Pend Oreille River between Newport, Washington, and Priest River, Idaho, over this former Great Northern ma... (more)
Farmrail's 25th Anniversary unit awaits the sunrise in Clinton, Oklahoma.
The morning haze hasn't yet lifted as a Birmingham-bound ICG freight - running on SL-SF rails - comes up the grade into Dora.
Bloomer 7549 loading a grain train for the NS in Cullom Illinois
IBCX 8340 now working for the Youngstown & Southern is still wearing for the most part its PAL paint as it leads train YS1 through the interlocking at Graham preparing for the shove into Norfolk S... (more)
Bloomer Line Veteran leads corn train
At 64 years old, Bloomer Line 7549 South blasts past old code line alongside the former Wabash mainline that once hosted the streamliner "Blue Bird&quo... (more)
The Murder Mystery train waits for passengers at SGLR's Colonial Boulevard station. Taken from footpath along canal.
A Raritan Central GP10 occupies a short siding that, from this angle, appears to be at full capacity with an engine and two cars.
The POVA is an amazingly scenic railroad... from a boat. While the railroad skirts the beautiful Pend Oreille River for a large portion of its trip, most of it cannot be viewed or appreciated from... (more)
The Winchester and Western strolls through Winchester, VA with empties in tow for the sand mine at Gore on Tuesday September 3, 2019.
On Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019 we find the Winchester and Western turning from Hogue Creek. The "Sandman" runs into Indian Hollow to begin the westward climb up Gainesboro Hill, the fin... (more)