Rotary snow plow no. X900207 and its permanently assigned F7B unit are in the company of NW2s nos. 665 and 666 at Milwaukee Road's Tacoma tideflats shops and yard 11 months prior to the end of the... (more)
MILW FM H10-44 switcher sits at the Savanna, IL roundhouse in the company of EMD SW1 no. 875, and rebuilt "GP20" no. 957 along with an F unit a a cool, but snowless January morning in 1... (more)
The front end brakeman throws the switch as No. 5828 begins to ease its westbound freight on to the mainline at the west end of Field, BC's yard. After a trip through Kicking Horse Canyon, the tra... (more)
As eastbound freight waits to depart Field, BC for its climb over Kicking Horse Pass. No. 5832 displays full candy cane striping, while the second unit, no. 5573 shows off the newer simpler nose s... (more)
The westbound Canadian departs Thunder Bay, ON. The train is pulling out onto the mainline from the CP station. This station is located in what was once Ft. William.
Detouring around weather related issues in Northeast Oregon, a Union Pacific train is arriving at Klamath Falls, Oregon off the Modoc Line.
After performing some work on the Tillamook Branch, the Clackamas Switcher is returning to Brooklyn Yard in Southeast Portland.
On a winter morning, a pair of Penn Central E44s depart the big yard at Enola, PA, with a freight bound for points east. The lead unit still proudly wears its PRR keystone.
A pair of ex-New Haven Century 425s bracket an ex-New York Central U30B on a Penn Central freight rolling through an industrial neighborhood of Providence, RI. A dead-in-tow Alco switcher and an R... (more)
An original AEP promotional negative from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
A John C. Benson original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
NS 177 passes through Locust Grove, with a newer SD70ACe leading the way to Macon.
The old-soviet electric locomotive VL8-914 is leading a freight train from Russian border (Vesyoloe station) to Sukhum.
An unrepeatable lashup. CN 5516, IC 2457 and NS 2522 provide power on a CN 120 with a very interesting lashup. It would be impossible to repeat this lashup these days, since this photo was ... (more)