The Santa Cruz Big Trees & Pacific Railway beach train from Felton shoves down the street running portion to the boardwalk at Santa Cruz.
The Santa Cruz Big Trees & Pacific Railway beach train departs the boardwalk at Santa Cruz for Felton.
An NS V-series local is parked on the mainline in downtown Harrisonburg, Va. The diamond and junction is immediately to the left of the lead loco. There is no crew around and the with the warm S... (more)
NS 214 with a trio of weathered GE's, leads a train north through Rapidan, Va.
NS 11R with a quartet of six axles, leads a train south through Rapidan, Va.
SBB 11170 with a southbound time freight as the train enter
Capolago, Switzerland. The Monte Generoso cog operation is to the left.
A UP stack train crosses the Keddie Wye. The High Line curves to the left.
A BNSF merchandise train climbs uphill on the High Line near Indian Falls, a few miles from the Keddie Wye.
The Quincy RR job drops downhill after making a set off at Quincy Jct for the Union Pacific. The engine, owned by Sierra Pacific Industries, is returning to the lumber mill in Quincy.
A BNSF merchandise train drops downhill through a series of tunnels in the Feather River Canyon.
A BNSF merchandise train drops downhill towards the Rock Creek Trestle in the Feather River Canyon.
A UP trailer train crosses underneath Highway 70 as it descends the Feather River Canyon.
An Everett Railroad Company GP-16 heads back to the mainline after working the McCabe Trucking and Warehouse in Claysburg, Pa. on Tuesday, May 8, 2007.
And yes, there are rails in the grass!
A set of helpers drift downhill at South Fork, Pa.