21st Century Military Hardware over World War 1 era Bridge
Union Pacific SD70 ACe 8779 on home turf passes over the Kiowa Creek Bridge a structure with numerous alterations since it wa... (more)
Thickest Hoar Frost in years layer’s everything under the foot hills at Coal Creek Canyon.
East Cavern. On February 10, 2016, East Side Access was still a good number of years away from becoming Grand Central Madison. This area would become the tunnel for tracks 203/204 on the up... (more)
In the last light of very cold Winter day, H-6 Class Mallet 2-6-6-2 steam locomotive #1309 built by Baldwin in 1949 is seen making its way around the iconic Helmstetter's Curve. She was re-lettere... (more)
My dad greets the westbound California Zephyr as it races across the Illinois countryside east of Kewanee back in 2018. Unlike many railfans, I didn't inherit my love of trains from my dad, or any... (more)
H-6 Class Mallet 2-6-6-2 steam locomotive #1309 built by Baldwin in 1949 enters Brush Tunnel on its way to Frostburg, MD. She was re-lettered in the Chesapeake & Ohio livery for a series of charte... (more)
The West Side Yard (officially the John D. Caemmerer West Side Yard) is a rail yard of 30 tracks owned by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority on the west side of Manhattan. Used to store com... (more)
Painted in EJ&E orange, CN ET44AC 3023 speeds east on the Edson Sub at Mile 220 as the sun rises over the Rocky Mountains.
A four unit F7 set leads nine cars, south of Denver in the 1960s. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
Prince George-Winnipeg train M304 hustles east along the shores of Moose Lake.
Passenger train P008 meets a loaded westbound grain train at Mile 12 of CN's Albreda Sub at dusk.
With DFB 7077 leading and DFB 7295 on the rear, train 101 heads south through Pokeno with a load of passengers bound for Hamilton.
Chesapeake & Ohio 1309 is an H-6 "Mallet" with a wheel configuration of 2-6-6-2. It was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1949 to haul coal from the fields in West Virginia. It only served ... (more)
ATSF train 90, The Centennial State, is moving along at 50 MPH near Castle Rock, on August 14th 1949. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.