Eastbound BNSF train in Boron, CA. I really liked the row of telegraph poles that were still standing.
NS 5622 sits with two buddies on a rainy foggy morning and there are a set of southern signals that are not there no more but im glad i got to see them for the last time. (copyright TJ M. Murrah)
Number 10,, a 3 Truck, 3 Cylinder Shay, built in 1928 by Lima Locomotive Works for the Westside Lumber Company. It is the largest narrow gauge shay built.
Number 10, a 3Truck, 3 Cylinder Shay, is laid up for the night. The engineer goes over the engine to make sure all is well for tomorrows runs. In the background is # 15, another 3 truck Shay
A very short P17 creeps through Greenville SC, with A EMD GP59 (copyright Tj M. Murrah)