Durban and Greenbrier Valley, Tygart Flyer, departing Elkins WV.
CN FP9 no. 6509 has stopped just short of the bumping post with the Super Continental at the Canadian National station in Vancouver, BC. Other CN passenger equipped is positioned on adjacent track... (more)
While I probably should of done Lansing proper shot like most did, I decided to grab the train leaving town. Here the train curves around at MP 124 as they hugged the Mississippi River and cross V... (more)
Hard to figure out what to do here in Bellevue with the 100 other photographers. The CP business train wasted no time making the 76 miles trek from Marquette to Bellevue today in 2 hour 20 minutes... (more)
BN F7A 758 leads a trio of EMD hood units on a southbound freight crossing the diamonds and interchange at Argo Tower south of downtown Seattle. This location saw all railroads serving Seattle, BN... (more)
A Conrail Office Car Special passes by the Delaware Inn located in Hancock, NY during April 1996. Photographer unknown, Kodachrome from the John E. Troxler collection.
Clinchfield F7 #800 and C&O #2716 make a nice pair at the former L&N yard in Ravenna, KY.
GMO 103A heads up Amtrak's State House passenger train at Joliet, IL in May 1974. The venerable E7 was among the oldest of hand me down locos put into service on Amtrak at the May 1971 start up. H... (more)
A new addition to the Cresco city park is a Milwaukee Road FP7 locomotive, box car and caboose.
ATSF 185 leads a nice set of EMD FT motors, with freight in tow near Palmer Lake Colorado. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
The Conway Scenic former B&M F7s sit outside as some mid winter snow showers begin to slow down.
The Chief is seen arriving at Albuquerque with ATSF FT 167, and mates, leading 14 cars on June 28th 1947. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
ATSF train 19, The Chief, is seen with a nice set of FT units leading the way, near Isleta New Mexico in 1947. I always liked the FTs, and the fact that Santa Fe ordered their sets with regular co... (more)
Detouring southbound south of Littleton Colorado, due to flooding in Kansas, July 15th 1951. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
ATSF train 17, The Super Chief, is seen running 70 MPH west of Ayer Colorado on February 22nd 1939. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.