A group of young fans begin photographing and vidographing away as a BNSF stack train with the Norfolk & Western heritage unit third-out makes its way into Commerce California.
A southbound Soo Line freight rumbles through Bellevue, Iowa, on February 8, 1992, tying up traffic on 2nd Street in the process. In the background on the Mississippi River is 849-foot-long Lock a... (more)
A pair of new Conrail GE C39-8s lead an older relative on an eastbound freight departing the IHB's Blue Island Yard. Tom Golden photo.
The three CSX "Pride In Service" locomotives bask in the sunlight at the Lake Shore Railway Museum in North East, Pennsylvania as part of a special event while these locomotives were on ... (more)
Looking to be freshly rejuvenated, an S1 of unknown origins waits in Conrail’s Allentown Yard for a ride to its new home. The vintage alco will soon be working for Missouri Farmer’s Association in... (more)
A westbound Santa Fe intermodal train crosses the Colorado River at Topock.
Reflections of the past. Just before 2:00 AM, Y HOD303 waits patiently for the signal at Harbor. Led by an SD60M in Burlington Northern colors, the train will head for BRC Clearing Yard once out o... (more)
Finally; 405 pulls PO75 on the last leg of the trip home from Cresson to Scranton.
On a short layover I got some time to head back to the Flats for a visit to favorite old ramshackle operation. And sure enough a grizzled old veteran was idling aware adorned with battle scars, b... (more)
WAMX 4177 is at the very end of the active rail on the Reedsburg Sub. A train has not been West of this point in over 10 years.
The May 19 Batten Kill Railroad train BKF with the leased Southern New England RS-36 5012 is rolling southbound through Cambridge, NY on a gorgeous spring afternoon.
The engineer checks out the brand new KCS 4009 "Saluting KCS Heroes", as it sits in the Watts yard before heading south to Heavener, Oklahoma. The engineer side is to honor the "Resilient and Esse... (more)
Amtrak #6 is seen at Red Oak with plenty of express business on the head end.
Ex EJ&E SD38 now HRT 654 sits silently under the sun in Bowersville, GA.