As out-of-place as Susquehanna’s antiquated Alcos looked on a stack train, the caboose on the other end was just as much a rarity. By this time, waycars were almost unheard of on intermodal trai... (more)
While railroad museums and tourist lines strive to faithfully recreate vintage scenes when operating photo charters, generally hotboxes are not part of that experience. This overheated journal on ... (more)
Amtrak train A-920-1-05A creeps through Elk River after making multiple stops in inspect hot axles.
On May 29, Amtrak 7 collided with a John Deere tractor/sprayer in Bainville, MT. The end resu... (more)
“Open Vestibule”SOU 992253, a box car modified with an “open vestibule”, leads as the Norfolk Southern shoulder ballast cleaning equipment is shoved east on the Lurgan District,... (more)
Special Amtrak move #920 rolls past Morton Grove with the Empire Builder set that was damaged in an unfortunate collision between the train and a tractor in Montana on May 29th.
After an incident with a RC move, CP G41 sits in Bensenville yard with 7 derailed cars, a totaled UP SD40, and many dozers cleaning up the mess...
A crowd of railfans gather at the edge of one of the swamps east of Columbus, Pennsylvania as a WNYP move of storage coal cars rolls by. A quartet of Alco's powered the move, including two ex-Cart... (more)
Welcome back after almost 8 years on railpictures.net. A route 9 old tram has just started its journey to Olechow from Zdrowie Loop (located at Marshal Jozef Pilsudski Park).
Western Pacific Railroad Museum, where you can climb on the equipment (metal gets very hot in the sun)!
After the unveiling of Rock Island Rail's new GP38-2, number 4373, it and 4310 begin a photo charter run south to Swan Lake.
Q032-23 exits the eastern portal of the Howard St Tunnel, and passes through the train shed of the former B&O Mt Royal Station.
HELLOKITTY SHINKANSEN KODAMA741
L529 makes its way down the flooded Romeoville Lead. They would later tie down because this stretch of track became impassable.
METX 79 leads train 643 over Camp Ground Road, which except for signs is non-existent after historic flooding along the Des Plaines River.