An EMD duo leads a westbound auto rack train by the Dozier signals just east of Pacific, MO. A jokester has modified the UP logo on the lead unit’s nose to read ‘Onion Pacific.’
Music City Star train 155 approaches its station stop in Mt. Juliet. This is the last Star train of the morning, heading from Nashville to Lebanon, where it will tie up until afternoon.
A TCRM excursion from Nashville to the DelMonaco Winery in Baxter highballs through the community of Silver Point behind TCRM’s ex-NYC E8 and pair of ex-BLE F7 B-units, as well as a Nashville & Ea... (more)
Former CN/VIA 6789 (a 1959 product of the Montreal Locomotive Works) passes Stair Tower, a demonstration interlocking tower on the grounds of the Monticello Railway Museum, as it leads one of the ... (more)
This former Rock Island GP9 (now classified as a GP10 after a rebuild) is the motive power for Respondek’s Illini Terminal operation in Litchfield, IL.
A northbound mixed freight rolls along the Chester Subdivision with the Mississippi River bluffs on one side and acres upon acres of cornfields on the other.
One of Stone Mountain Park’s former Southern Railway FP7s leads the park’s excursion train on Memorial Day. The railroad encircles the base of the mountain and is approximately four miles long.
A northbound auto rack train drifts atop a kudzu-covered fill as it approaches Cartersville on the Western & Atlantic. This historic line between Atlanta and Chattanooga is owned by the state of G... (more)
Illinois Central 1518 is displayed along the Ohio River floodwall in downtown Paducah, KY. The 2-8-2 was built by Lima in 1923, but like most IC steam power, was extensively modified at IC's Paduc... (more)
A KCSM ‘Southern Belle,’ a recently repainted UP GEVO, and a CSX SD50 lead a westbound UP mixed freight by the Bethany Lutheran Church in Webster Groves.
On its evening trek between Eugene, OR and Seattle, WA, Amtrak Cascades train 508 races north through the farmlands of the Willamette Valley.
A P&W freight tiptoes between neighborhood alleyways as it enters Albany behind an impressive array of motive power.
Portland & Western 1801 switches a cut of cars near the P&W yard office in Eugene. An authentic former SP unit built in 1959, the 1801 sports the attractive SP ‘Black Widow’ livery but is lettered... (more)
After picking up a healthy dose of passengers at the former Mopac depot in downtown Kirkwood, the afternoon Missouri River Runner heads west for Kansas City.
This southbound loaded coal train has nearly reached its destination of Ameren Electric's Rush Island plant as it passes through Pevely, Missouri, on the ex-SLSF River Subdivision.