The Southern coach 1076 will soon find itself carrying passengers again although this time in the form of shoppers of the Grants Mill Station shopping mall. This car is part of a train set that w... (more)
Southern still serves the South
Who needs a caboose? This train certainly doesn’t as the first run of today’s NS Employee Steam Special is near its completion and splits the signals of 32nd Street which are seen displayi... (more)
The entire 29-car AAPRCO train can be seen weaving through the curves at Morristown enroute to the convention in Chattanooga. Georgia Railroad 29, the "Dearing" carries the markers.
Steel and Steam The Clinchfield brings up the rear of today's NS Employee Steam Special as the passenger train embarks on its second run of the day and crosses the 27th Street interlocking ... (more)
To go with the GN obs car (Photo #400399) accepted a few days ago is this photo of 2 standard dome cars, numbered 1325 and 1324. Kodachrome II film.
To go with the GN obs car (Photo #400399) accepted a few days ago is this full length dome car named "Prairie View". Kodachrome II film.
The Great Northern's Empire Builder is being pushed into the station by a CB&Q yard engine. Car name is "Rocky Coulee". Kodachrome II film.
A surprise car was on the end of the Broadway, a CR office car painted in blue.
Passenger cars from the good old days
The world's greatest railroad observation car, Milwaukee Road "Cedar Rapids," gets ready to take a bath at the Amtrak shops in Chicago. The train is returning to home base Minneapolis flush from s... (more)
Lincoln Service train 301 arrives on time as the crew keeps a watchful eye on the platform.
After lining a switch the conductor of The Royal Gorge Route's "Murder Mystery Train" begins to back his train up.
United Rail Historical Society's passenger car 329 "Pennsylvania" sits jacked up in Tuckahoe, NJ
Bringing up the rear of today's eastbound Southwest Chief (Train #4) is an Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe passenger car, labeled #56.