The electric locomotive EP07-376 hauling a passenger train TLK "Bolko" from Lublin to Wrocław Główny.
Cogwheel railcar BDhe 4/4 # 5 (built 1964) of the Rigi Bahnen, with cars B # 1 of 1871 and B # 16 of 1925 is reaching Vitznau, running more or less empty down from Rigi Kulm as first train CC 1110... (more)
The CP track inspection train or Tec Train winds along the D&H main at Willsboro Bay on Lake Champlain with GP20C-ECO 2241 for power and an unusual surprise with a Milwaukee Road sleeper car in pl... (more)
Descending Winston Hill into the darkening dusk of evening at 9:15 p.m. on June 25, 2019, and overpowered by Montana Rail Link GP9 No. 109 and SD40-2 No. 250, MRL’s Helena switch flies over the hi... (more)
SP 18 leads a doubleheader with 493 as it snakes along the Animas River on its final approach to Silverton.
In the last hour of light in the sky, we are blessed with a beautiful sunset as a MOW train sits in Clarksburg Yard.
The sun has just risen over the Atlantic as FEC 720 races north across the Eau Gallie River bridge with train FEC 336. Work has just begun in this area to put in the second main line bridge for th... (more)
A Union Pacific GE Gas-Turbine No.8 leads an eastbound manifest out of Hermosa Tunnel, Wyoming on July 17, 1960. Photo from my collection, no photographer listed on slide.
CSX's specially painted ES44AH locomotive #3194, "honoring Law Enforcement" leads Train Q126-02 north out of Boyles Yard at Black Creek, AL., on their way to Memphis, TN.
BNSF 7509 (ES44DC) leads a southbound freight past a waiting northbound freight.
A pair of former Milwaukee Road F7As run around their Dakota Rail train at Peever. Tom Golden photo.
Coaster 691 terminates at Oceanside with a brand new Siemens SC-44 "Charger" locomotive and some newly rebuilt cars to match it.
Rock cut : NX12 heads north through a tight rock cut near Covered Bridge in Cornwall, CT on a wet rainy Sunday afternoon.
A CPR F-line job gingerly tiptoes on mostly dormant trackage at Kelly, Ga. to retrieve some storage cars on the old Central of Georgia's Covington to Machen branch.
My great, great uncle Robert F. McKee, Sr., was a design engineer at Baldwin and he would give my father different Baldwin Locomotive Works builder's cards when my father would visit him in Collin... (more)