A southbound grain train rolls through the interlocking at Ironville Tower led by a faded YN2 C40-8. Once upon a time, this was a busy junction between the N&W and C&O, as each railroad used the T... (more)
A southbound zips past the old PRR tower at Bowie, which was later relocated and preserved.
After letting eastbound traffic clear up, 15K accepts the signal indication to proceed west at the Cleveland Drawbridge.
The conductor of the JS3 waves to LIRC's bridge operator on the steps of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Clagg Tower as they bring their 50+ car train over the Ohio River
From the Silver Rails Gallery Archives: Santa Fe's #1, part of the "One Spot Twins," is in charge of a westbound Super Chief as it makes a station stop at Ft. Madison.
37521 stands by the signal box during a www.wnxx.com organised night photoshoot in the yard outside the roundhouse at Barrow Hill. This is a very long exposure and the sky colouring is from street... (more)
A Union Pacific Wattis Plateau, UT to Moapa, NV coal load shakes the foundation of UP's derelict Herriman era depot at Spanish Fork, Utah.
PK tower greets another Q317.
On Martin Luther King day, the Fillmore & Western sent a single unit west to Bristol in Ventura to pick up a pair of flatcars. The "train" is seen here passing the classic Southern Pacific station... (more)
Fillmore And Western 101 arrives at Santa Paula's restored Southern Pacific Station on the original coast route.
When passenger trains were king: Built by Fellheimer & Wagner for the New York Central in 1929, the Buffalo Central Terminal now sits in derelict condition as another day of abandonment comes to a... (more)
Pasadena was the first stop for Santa Fe trains departing Los Angeles - Trains such as The Super Chief, The El Capitan and The Chief. And, when traveling by rail from Los Ang... (more)
We'll Always Have Perris... Constructed in 1892 by the California Southern Railroad, the station in Perris, California, was built in the Queen Anne architectural style. This line was orig... (more)
An old "Pepsi Can" leads the Pennsylvanian away from a station stop at Huntingdon on a cold and snowy December evening.
The last train of the day is headed back to Strasburg as it passes Cherry Hill in moderate snowfall.