The rising sun greets a line-up of ex- South African Railways steam power at the former SAR Germiston locomotive depot, now home to preservation group Reefsteamers. From left to right, Class 15F 4... (more)
Class 19D no.3324 hauls the return working of the Outeniqua Tjoe-Choo, climbing past Wilderness beach towards Dolphin Point, heading home to George. Sadly, this line has remained closed since 2006... (more)
AR&TS (African Rail & Traction Services) # 053 has completed the morning shift and is waiting for its next assignment at Anglo Platinum's Waterval depot on their Rustenburg system. On the left are... (more)
AR&TS 053 has completed unloading its 15 hoppers at Klipfontein plant on Anglo Platinum's Rustenburg system and is ready to return to Waterval depot at the end of its morning shift.
Amtrak's train 198 "The Benjamin Franklin" is dwarfed by the drawbridge towers and the surrounding apartment buildings, as it crosses the Pelham Bay, eastbound to Boston behind an AEM-7.
An eastbound Santa Fe freight of TOFC and auto racks sweeps through Sullivan’s Curve behind an interesting mix of power – GE C30-7 8080 leads EMD’s SDF45 5980, SD45B 5501 and SD45u 5318.
In the shadow of the Bear Mountain bridge, two Conrail SD50's exit Fort Montgomery tunnel and cross Popolopen Creek, as they head down the River Line to New Jersey with a K-Line doublestack. By sp... (more)
With the snow-capped San Gabriel mountains as a backdrop, a Los Angeles - Chicago train of J.B.Hunt trailers crests the summit of Cajon Pass.
On a crisp, clear morning during the 1986 Fall railfan weekend, the first passenger train of the day heads west from Orbisonia with a full load.
A BN E9A and a pair of Amtrak F40PH's put on a fine show with this simultaneous departure from Chicago's Union Station, at around 5:30pm on a beautiful spring afternoon.
A pair of Conrail Dash 8-40B's team up with a Dash 7-36B as they head north across Overpeck Creek early on a beautiful summer morning with a TOFC train.
A pair of ConnDOT FL9a's approaching Peekskill along the Hudson River, hauling a Husking Bee Fall Foliage Special from New Haven, CT to the MNCRR Open Day at Croton Harmon shops.
On Thanksgiving weekend, the late afternoon sun glints off a pair of Amtrak AEM-7's crossing the Hell Gate bridge with the Boston - New York "Yankee Clipper".
Amtrak's Turboliner 155 approaching Peekskill along the Hudson River, with an Empire State service from Albany to New York's Grand Central Terminal.
Not long after sunrise, the 05:00 George - Knysna freight is seen crossing the Touw River east of Wilderness station.