The daily train from Amory, MS drops down the hill at Chickasaw on its final lap into Mobile.
Recently renumbered former Frisco geeps - and one green interloper - sit in the engine facility at the former Frisco/AT&N yard on Telegraph Road.
A Walter Schopp original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
N&W M Class 4-8-0 "Mollie" No. 382 (Nee 475) and engineer Dave Domitrovich are showing younger sister N&W J Class 4-8-4 No. 611 how it's done!
Vermont Rail System’s GMRC Foliage Flyer is making the final October 15 westbound run across the famous Chester bridge 114, the one that was used by media outlets everywhere after hanging by the r... (more)
Vermont Rail System’s GMRC Foliage Flyer takes advantage of what is likely to be the last day of decent foliage at the east end of the Bellows Falls Subdivision. The Ludlow/Okemo peak was last we... (more)
Climbing the 4%+ grade, FCCA 1012 rounds the curve at km 167.2 between Tunnel 52 and Tunnel 53, at 4625 m above sea level (15170 ft).
Keepin’ it clean. Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad 6002 (AC4460CW) has not been on the property very long, but all engines need frequent maintenance. On the morning of Friday, October 10, ... (more)
NS train 202 clears the signal at Acorn Hill with a pair of SD70M's in the second and third position.
NS train 202 glides over the high trestle at Compton on a warm September morning.
The major "Central" highway ("Carretera Central") shares the narrow Rimac River valley with the Central Andean Raiway (Ferrocarril Central Andino) such as this spot where the t... (more)
The Distributed Power Units (DPU) push hard on Norfolk Southern loaded coal train 776 as it climbs upgrade towards Vaughn's Summit north of Luray, Virginia on October 2, 2019. The South Fork of th... (more)
MILW 164 leads a dead freight east across the Cedar River just east of Renton, WA. This trackage is owned by BN, formerly Pacific Coast Ry. which had been owned by Great Northern.
The 425 works upgrade towards Nesquehoning and Jim Thorpe.
The 425 passes the farm in Molino as it leads a fall foliage trip to Jim Thorpe.