This odd visitor to the Denver BNSF Engine yard is SSRX 1088, a custom built GP39-2 with an extended cab height and low hood. The logo on the side says Rawhide Short Line RR and it operated at the... (more)
UP 4014 crosses one of the two steel bridges located east of Victorville as it prepares to stop for a red signal to allow the train ahead of it to get a little farther down the line. Once the bloc... (more)
The star of the show for NJ Transit's 40th Anniversary celebration was GP40PH-2 4109 which has been repainted into as-delivered Central Railroad of New Jersey solid blue and yellow livery. This un... (more)
4014 returns to Cajon under steam! Though 4014 may be "big," it's still no match when compared to the Mormon rocks. Having just passed through Mormon Rocks to the delight of many onlookers and pho... (more)
CP 7010 and CP 7015 rest in CPs Bensenville Yard. These new heritage units are the first two specially painted SD70ACUs to be released into service.
Passing the Barstow, California’s impressive Santa Fe passenger station/Harvey House, named Casa del Desierto, is a Union Pacific 23-car passenger train powered by “Big Boy” 4014. The big ... (more)
Big Boy's Return: Union Pacific Big Boy locomotive 4014 rolls along the BNSF Cajon Subdivision near Helendale as it heads for the Los Angeles Basin. The locomotive is returning to Californi... (more)
An excursion train billed as “The West Virginian” crosses the bridge between Harpers Ferry, West Virginia and Sandy Hook, Maryland on its return from Martinsburg to Baltimore.
The front end brakeman throws the switch as No. 5828 begins to ease its westbound freight on to the mainline at the west end of Field, BC's yard. After a trip through Kicking Horse Canyon, the tra... (more)
Union Pacific's J-Yard Switcher comes off the Alameda Industrial Lead and onto the narrow alley located spur to the "sugar house," a corn syrup processor.
The classic 'bulldog' nose of an FL9, as the Orford Express lays over between runs in Magog.
Bath and Hammondsport c424 #422 leads a southbound high and wide movement consisting of 2 Street cars manufactured at the Bombadier Transportation USA facility in Bath, NY seen here at Campbell C... (more)
Pan Am’s most recent painted engine leads POED
UP 4014 leads the PYRWC through Frost on it's way to West Colton Yard
Shunting cars at the World's highest tunnel
At a height of 4781 m asl (15686 ft), the FCCA 1008 shunts cars on the Galera tracks by entering and exiting the summit tunnel. This wor... (more)