After chasing most of the day the Union Pacific 3985 steam excursion train from Salt Lake City to Provo and return, I came across a bunch of Western Pacific and Union Pacific diesel locomotives st... (more)
With another tropical system heading towards Melbourne, a lot of thunderstorms have been rolling in off the Atlantic. FEC train 107 is about to race through the Hessey Ave crossing as it heads so... (more)
NS Heritage unit Illinois Terminal 1072 sits with NS 1133 at the Juniata Locomotive Shops in Altoona.
FEC 107 and FEC 103 sit in the Palm Bay siding with train 202 as the southbound FEC train 101 races past. A summer thunderstorm is clearing out towards the Atlantic, with just a light rain fallin... (more)
FTRL 1670 sits at the De Queen and Eastern diesel service area. Photo taken with permission.
UP 6747 leads a southbound KCS coal train up Rich Mountain on a beautiful morning.
The sun is setting as a remote control operator brings Y388 west out of the North Little Rock Ramp diesel service shops in order to grab the next set of cars for switching.
After tying down their train in the Springdale Yard, AM 71 and AM 72 head south to the Arkansas & Missouri diesel service shops.
Six former CSX engines, 695, 688, 623, 619, 621, and 681 now wear the PRLX marking as they sit in storage on the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad in Springdale, Arkansas. Photo taken with permission.
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)
Strasburg 90 waits to back down the main to take on water and pull the next passenger train to Leaman Junction.
Pennsylvania 6755 and Amtrak 603 rest under the stars at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
The beautiful Pennsylvania 5901 and 5741 on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
Amtrak Heritage unit 145 waits at the Harrisburg Station while NS 3031 shoves cars into the NS Harrisburg yard.
KCS 1908 backs on to the spur track near the Curran Feed Store to pick up four cars. Soon the train will be back on the main and heading south.