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.
The sea breezes have blown most of the smoke out, but a slight haze can still be seen as the Warm Springs Local heads back North up the Square with two Baby Boats leading.
Well, someone must have read my mind about me wanting BNSF 557 to stay on the Warm Springs Local for a bit longer... They changed the power! But, I like the decision they chose now, with BNSF 124,... (more)
A nortbound Monon passenger train cruises up the 5th Street trackage in downtown Lafayette. Photo date is approximate. [From the collection of my grandfather, J.T. Childers I]
Street running in Uniontown with the bell ringing and obeying traffic signals.
Some of the most unique street trackage is located in Uniontown, PA. Trains are required to obey the regular traffic signals as they roll down Wilson Avenue.
After arriving in San Francisco for its display date, the Freedom Train was moved to Crissy Field. The 4449 itself only went as far as Aquatic Park do to clearence issues in the Fort Mason tunnel.... (more)
Ending up in San Francisco after a cross country tour, LNER 4472, "The Flying Scotsman" operated for a while on the State Belt Railroad along The City's Embarcadero. Owner Alan Pegler can be seen... (more)
Yellow cones indicate car loading locations
After having passed the Boardwalk, 3765 is on Beach St. heading to Davenport. The La Bahia Hotel on the left was used in the Dirty Harry Movie "Sudden impact
With a New Year's Day snow storm in full swing, residents of Hudson shovel as the CSXT B957 crew makes a heroic, near stall (round two) climb to 7th Street with two brutes and ten loads. What a ... (more)
UP's Santa Cruz Local treads down Beach Street at the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, enroute to Davenport the day after Thanksgiving.
An ex-SP GP9 heads through the streets of Harrisburg on the ex-BN/SP&S OE line. The American Turn is heading back to Eugene after switching out the mill at America.
The Santa Cruz beach train has just stopped at the Boardwalk to unload passengers next to the Boardwalk's famed Carousel.