No. 90 panned at Paradise in 1986, while still sporting its long and lean look with an extended smokebox from the days of burning lower-grade coal on the Great Western Railway of Colorado.
Twice destroyed, twice rebuilt
At the altitude of 1775 meters, the massive Carrión viaduct is the first major bridge on the Fabulous line climbing the Andes from Lima. It was reb... (more)
Seoul metro line 2. with Dangsan railway bridge.
Coquitlam-Edmonton train X310 cruises along the shores of Moose Lake with one of Progress Rail/EMD's demonstrators leading.
EMDX SD70ACe-T4 demo locomotive #7202 leads CN train X310 east on the Albreda Sub at Redpass. #7201 and #7202 have been on CN property for quite a while but rarely lead in Canada.
The EJ&E heritage unit leads a southbound coke train through Crystal Springs in the last bit of daylight, taking the hole to wait on Amtrak #58.
UP 8705 leads the ZMNLA through the cuts out in Vail Arizona
Northbound Pacific Surfliner No. 777 rounds the top of Pitas Point on a clear evening Sunset. Anacapa Island can be seen on the left side of the horizon and a portion of Santa Cruz Island on the r... (more)
This picture says so much about the Southern Pacific in the end. SP 8286 still wearing it's failed merger paint, now a decade old. Just covered in grime, along with the whole set of power. Also it... (more)
Rolling along at an easy 10 MPH, SP 4449 (relettered for Willamette & Pacific) is westbound at Amity, Oregon on WPRR's West Side District.
With a fresh crew on board, CN train no. 183 highballs Capreol with the gorgeous BC Rail-inspired heritage unit 3115 at the helm.
Recently unveiled Canadian National ET44AC heritage unit 3115 rolls into the Big Nickel and out of the morning fog at Estaire, ON.
A day after the excursion, the MBRRE special cruises through the college town of Plymouth, NH.
MBRRE Special at the “Dealership Bridge”
Lonely locomotive doing patrol work of the rail network through the conflict zone in Araucanía Region, crosses the massive Malleco Viaduct, railway bridge passing over the Malleco River valley. Th... (more)