An unlikely duo teams up for short-term yard service in the Thunder Bay Terminal seen here giving Viterra A a full spot.
CLOVIS NM Jan 22 1984 — As the shadows grow long and the light fades Santa Fe U36C 8794 is westbound at the New Mexico Division-Plains Division border. My photo.
All three of CCRG's ex-ESWR six-axles wear different paint.
A snow-covered collection at the former NRE Dixmoor shops, which has since closed up.
Stella Jones is a Canadian based wood product manufacturer with a utility pole facility in Arlington, Washington. On this wet day, a typical Western Washinton day between October and June, the cre... (more)
Today's Pocono turn thunders past the Lackawanna signal bridge in Elmhurst while fall colors explode.
The early morning fog hangs on as Nickel Plate 587 and Norfolk & Western 1218 roll an excursion on the S-Line from Salisbury NC to Asheville NC.
With a winter storm the day before, CN 3215 powers train 594 through one of the many banks along the Sussex Subdivision.
Blue Doors Ride Again. During a training session on the morning of Tuesday, January 24, 2023, Metropolitan Transportation Authority - MTA NYCT Subway Budd built R-32s 3360/3361 led an unusu... (more)
As a light snow begins to fall in the Alleghenies, the elusive Conemaugh & Black Lick Railroad 111 brings a set of gondolas to Johnstown Wire along the Conemaugh River. The CBL 111 was built in 19... (more)
This unit was being tested on the CN along with KLWX 9530 which I did not catch. But I did get 8520!
The 49er, UP train number 48, (8 cars 35 MPH) is seen near Echo Utah on October 23rd 1937. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
An exceptionally rare leader brings 98 north on a wet and unsettled afternoon heading toward Palatka, running on time. The dash 8 leaders only happen every few years it seems.
Western Pacific 2-8-2 311 leads 45 cars west bound at Elko Nevada on July 29th 1937. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
I was attending a summer school workshop at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA back in June of 1994. As with many of my pre-internet trip, I arrived with zero knowledge of what the local rail... (more)