Union Pacific Shuttlewagon Mobile Railcar Mover No. CM-9601 switches some empty flatcars at the Laramie, Wyoming, welded rail plant on March 25, 2008. This particular model is a SWX430 with a 40,0... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road's #1 - it's first ever internal combustion engine. Built in 1923 and still, to this day, in service with the railroad since 1926. The 18 tonner features a gasoline engine bui... (more)
Yet another new addition to the RP collection - an engine in my "neighborhood" that I've only recently discovered: LUKENS Steel Company #10.
This little critter, let's call it the "Coatesville... (more)
Dusk meeting at Alna Center. The Road Foreman's Model T track inspection car holds the siding at Alna Center as a southbound mixed freight makes a brief station stop en route to Wiscasset, ... (more)
SRS 128 is heading eastbound testing the rail out to Montauk.
Now that's what I call a Tank Car
Herzog MOW work train cruises through Miller City passing one of the last Nickel Plate bracket mast after receiving a track warrant issued between Miller City and Continental, Ohio.
VIA F40PH No. 6445 was decked out in a special scheme for the Coors Light Silver Bullet Expressâ€”simulated side pipes and allâ€”at Jasper, Alberta, on July 18, 2011.
This rare Union Pacific 120-ton steam derrick is preserved at the Utah State Railroad Museum in Ogden, Utah. No. 903037 was built by the Industrial Works as UP derrick 02781, and donated to the m... (more)
Rotary 101. Here's a rear-quarter view of Nevada Northern's 1907-vintage Rotary Snow Plow B. It's a slightly different look at this classic piece of MOW equipment than you typically see, a... (more)
PRR Clearance Car! Pennsylvania Railroad clearance car 497125 and a Reading caboose in the Geigertown Central yard. Does anybody know if this is the only PRR clearance car to still... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad Class B1 0-C-0
This engine (1 of 42 class B units) was built by the company's Altoona Works division in 1934 specifically for switching. Unlike most electric switchers w... (more)
As a spring storm brews to the west, Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose No. 5 is meeting the regular Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad passenger train at Osier, Colorado, on May 25, 1999. This â... (more)
I Waited All Morning for a Train at Ken's Crossing, and All I have to Show for it is a Picture of this Truck! - A contractor for BNSF sprays salt solution on the tracks and ballast to me... (more)