CSX Q226 rolls down Main Street in La Grange as seen from the top of the Fortitude No. 47 Lodge above Karen's Book Barn. A very special thanks goes to the owner of the lodge, Jay Townsend, for all... (more)
Just after sunset, the EBT fireworks train heads south past the now closed Runk Road bridge.
An NYSW train is tied down at BD as fireworks from a AA baseball game between the Binghamton Mets and New Hampshire Fisher Cats light up the sky to the west.
New Jersey Transit has put their first new locomotives since 2003, the ALP46A, into service after testing in Pueblo, CO. NJT 4631, the newest, is seen crossing the Raritan Bay on the first day of ... (more)
John Helmstetter waves to the crew of 734, who returns the greeting with a whistle salute, before continuing about his work in his new barn. A special thanks goes to John for being such a great gu... (more)
The sun has just cleared the mountains of northeastern West Virginia as a B&O F7 leads a short local over one of many bridges on the line to Petersburg.
A short B&O freight rolls along the Potomac River deep in the "trough". No roads. No houses. No cell service. Just the railroad and nature. A Lerro Productions photo charter.
A farmer heads to one of his fields as the all-day excursion cruises by his farm in the distance.
Baltimore and Ohio F7 722 idles next to an arts and crafts store in downtown Petersburg.
For the first time since 2004 or 2005, a train rumbles over the Pohatcong Creek just south of Carpentersville. The hard-working Bel-Del crew has opened the line a few hundred yards past the bridge... (more)
A welder from Conrail's car department fixes a bad order set out along the line. A special thanks goes to the CRHS and RRMofPA for setting up the night photo session.
The sun has already set as I meet NS 044 on the curve just west of Dewart for the final shot of the day.
The sun is just about to drop behind the mountains as the southbound OCS pops out from behind the farmhouse bound for Northumberland to pick up passengers. Without a scanner and lack of grade cros... (more)
The OCS continues north past a farm in Muncy.