Red, Yellow, Stainless Steel, & Green
Amtrak, train 5 The California Zephyr is rolling through the fall splendor of the Moffat Subdivision on a vibrant late September morn.
A Little Bit is Better Than Nada
With a one-two punch of the COVID Pandemic and The Elk Creek Bridge being washed out action shots of The Durango and Silverton will be hard to ... (more)
After decades of hauling heavy ore trains, this rare ALCo RS-2 now spends retirement hauling tourists at the Nevada Northern Railway Museum. On this gorgeous fall morning, the conductor and rear b... (more)
Destined to Montreal, Canadian Pacific is crossing the Richelieu River at St Jean.
The 5 ABe 4/16 "STZ" (Stammnetztriebzug/triainset for the main network) of the Rhaetian Railway, similar to the 15 "Allegra" railcars, are usually running on the Chur S-Bahn co... (more)
CP 475 heads north between Green Island and Bellevue in the first snow of the season.
The westbound Pan Am Railways Office Car Special train, OCS-06, crosses the Connecticut River at East Deerfield, MA with the pristine varnish set of FP9As PAR-1 and 2 ahead of the 4-car train.
CP 7022 + UP 7749 pull 118's freight over The Little Pic River. The fall colours are in their prime as some fog rolls off Lake Superior.
In 1981, most SBB engines were green, like this Re 4/4 II. The red paint scheme was just starting to be applied after overhaul together with some modernisation. And in 1981, the Simplon main line ... (more)
Arriving at Point of Rocks on a dreary April day before sunset.
The Last Daily ChiefOctober 11, 2020, was the final day for daily service for Amtrak’s long-distance trains, such as train 4, the eastbound Southwest Chief, as it make... (more)
Ex SP, Built 04/1972 as SP SD45T-2 #9209
Forty years ago the Washington Terminal Company employed this ex-PRR MP54 MU to shuttle employees the mile or so between Washington Union Station and the Ivy City engine terminal and coach yard. H... (more)
On a beautiful fall afternoon, NS 7511 leads stacks up the hill as freight moves east at Benny Curve.