A scene almost surreal... Only ridge lines apart and less than a mile as the crow flies, a massive coal and coke facility with dozens of trucks hustling around the property contributes to a huge p... (more)
Ex-Reserve Mining SD9 ELS 1221 in Crivitz, Wisconsin.
Former AMT unit 1306 at Silcott rail restorations.
Fully loaded onto CN flat 618088, T&NO 4-6-0 219 is prepped for a journey from Cochrane Yard where the steamer called home for over 30 years to her new home at the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum... (more)
Abandon - Located in the Sonoran Desert in Southern most part of Anza Borego State Park (San Diego County) the gorge is a geological wonder indeed. The desert line that runs through the C... (more)
Top of the Wye at Ferrum - Looking at the top of the wye at Ferrum California. Loads of iron ore in open gondolas were brought to the small yard at Ferrum located along the Southern Pacif... (more)
For two months during the summer of 2004, it was a throwback to the 80s and it reminded me of my childhood which consisted of many a Sunday afternoons spent here with my father. A caboose as they ... (more)
Old steam crane out of service for many years, with many passenger cars in scrapping, in the old yard and workshops of Temuco, the great deposit of coal is observed.
Looking South Into Mexico - The abandoned water tower at Dos Cabezas California (San Diego County) sits in the Sonoran Desert in Southern most part of Anza Borego State Park as monument o... (more)
I love the quaint old shortline caboose. This on obviously had some IC influence. I was to this location a couple of years ago, where once stood buildings, tracks, roundhouse there is only a bar... (more)
FCAB in calama truck built by american car.
Locomotives tucked behind the north car shop at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD
Dos Cabezas - At one time there was a station building located at Dos Cabezas and a water tower fed from a spring up the hill to the left.
The water tower still remains and it once fe... (more)
Bob Pace of Thistle, Utah purchased D&RGW caboose 01120 from the Rio Grande in 1960. It was built at D&RGW's Burnham Shops in Denver in 1924. The caboose became a local landmark along Hwy. 6 until... (more)