The daily train makes its first northbound run just after dawn as it deadheads up to Rockside depot. The train has just cleared yard limits and the MLW Alco gives off the familiar puff of exhaust ... (more)
Reading & Northern Baldwin 4-6-2 #425 leads northbound steam excursion OSJT (Reading Outer Station to Jim Thorpe) over the Hometown High Bridge on the R&N Main Line at Hometown, PA on October 12, ... (more)
METX 211, Metra’s new CB&Q heritage unit, leads outbound BNSF train 1277 out of Chicago on the BNSF Racetrack in the last light this past week.
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe stack train drops downgrade through Marias, Montana, on September 9, 1999, powered by BN SD40-2 No. 7031, former Santa Fe SD40-2 No. 6753, BN SD40-2 No. 80... (more)
As part of the "Norfolk & Western Reunion of Steam" event, a photo charter was planned using Strasburg Rail Road owned Norfolk & Western 475 and visiting locomotive Norfolk & Western 611... (more)
The 'French Fry' looks fresh off the boat. A John Swift original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Note the brand new AEM7 #900 deep in the consist. A Walter Schopp original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
As the morning sun peeks over the rim of Lombard Canyon, eastbound Montana Rail Link No. 4300 rolls a manifest along the Missouri River and the Lewis and Clark Trail.
After offloading a few executives and a quick crew change, 41B gets back on the move with CP's new heritage unit number 7015 leading the Royal F's as it snakes its way along the Mississippi River.
The orange trio that has once again roamed the rails of the Bessemer and Lake Erie have just crossed Kimbles Viaduct as darkness consumes Northwestern Pennsylvania just outside of Mercer, PA.
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METX 211 leads BNSF train 1277 out of Chicago. Metra 211 is the newest "heritage unit" in Metra's fleet. This unit honors the CB&Q.
The New England Central train 611-18, the Brattleboro to Palmer turn, is seen crossing the Miller’s River at the namesake town of Miller’s Falls, MA.