The Nickel Plate bracket mast guarding the east end of Miller City stands tall on a crisp and clear January night while the stars move across the night sky. For a moment, it seems as though the wo... (more)
The EOT of an eastbound empty coal train trails off into the distance after the head end knocked down the approach indication at E.E. Miller City.
Pennsylvania farmland surrounds a southbound Bessemer ore train preparing to duck under the Orr Road bridge near Mercer.
EMD's of all kinds have gathered at the LTEX shops in McDonald, Ohio. Some engines will get a new lease on life, while this is the final resting place for many others.
Rolling towards Falconer on former Erie track, WNYP 430 and an Alco brother drag a handful of cars east to hand off to the OL-2 job out of Olean.
Two burbling Alco's and a handful of cars pass through Corry and prepare to bang across the diamond with the Buffalo & Pittsburgh railroad.
The stiff climb to Saxonburg has brought Bessemer 905 and company to their knees with 70+ loaded ore cars in tow. While it's an impressive show to us, it's just another day at work for the crew.
A clear signal stares down the approaching headlight of K185 as a pair of red-eyed dwarfs keep an eye on the nighttime scene.
A classic B&O CPL displays an approach slow indication as Q340 approaches South Deshler.
A former N&W veteran drags L7N's train of coil cars west on the Fostoria District. The towns of Edgerton and Payne can be seen in the background.
Looking good in her Santa Fe dress, a renumbered SD75M leads Q380 east through Deshler. The DTC Block signs along the Toledo Sub have since been removed, eliminating another piece of B&O history.
Tied down with cars from the Louis Dreyfus ethanol plant in Claypool, a former Southern high-hood SD40-2 is a welcome sight in the world of fatheads that we now live in.
With a heavy ore train in tow, three Bessemer EMD's let out a little exhaust as they roar through Red Hot on a beautiful fall afternoon.
Fall color surrounds one of the Bessemer's finest as a trio of howling EMD's soar over a trestle near Osgood.
One of the MAW's two ex-Santa Fe GP7u's rests next to the Wabash depot in Defiance on a snowy December morning.