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.
NS 044 splits the ex-PRR signals on the south side of town as they cruise north towards Williamsport.
The NS F units make their first appearance on the Buffalo Line north of Sunbury as they run to Williamsport to be wyed for the return trip to Altoona.
NS 274, autoracks from Bellevue, OH to Winston-Salem, VA, is about to hit the diamond with the ex-Virginian as it winds its way through the Star City.
N&W 611 enjoys National Train Day weekend under the open sky rather than her usual shed on display in front of the ex-N&W station which is now the O. Winston Link Museum. The sun has just set and ... (more)
After letting the first MARC train of the afternoon rush make its station stop, an empty coal train heads west out of Brunswick.
METX 168 shoves on the rear of inbound train 814, possibly the most photographed train in the Chicago, as 7 RP photographers get their own angles. Railroad: MetraLocomotive: EMD F40PH-2Location: Lake Forest, Illinois, USALocomotive #: METX 168Train ID: METX 814Photo Date: April 24, 2010
Sun glints off the side of CSXT 883 as it leads an empty coal train east through Nova with a little less than hour until sunset.
Ex-Algoma Central FP9 1755 shoves cars into the Inland Container plant in Biglerville on the G&N. Photo taken with permission. Pioneer Railcorp's Gettysburg & Northern along with sister line Peori... (more)
Where in the US can you see an A-B-A-A-A lash-up of F units in 2010? La Harpe, IL, of course! In reality the power for today's eastbound Canton Cannonball shifts two OOS Fs around the yard.
CSXT 8181 leads three other engines on Indy to Lafayette Turn J726 through the blades on the north side of Crawfordsville. A special thanks to the home owner for being so cool about railfans takin... (more)
The eastbound Cardinal lights up the semaphores at the East Main Street crossing as it drops from approach to stop.
The BR&W local crosses the Raritan River after switching and picking up LVRX 112 in Three Bridges.