As the afternoon sun begins to fade into the early evening hours, a Georgia Central freight enters the east end of Lyons Georgia with the GC 1706 leading the train west to Vidalia. The 1706 was or... (more)
Remote control locomotive ex-Mid South GP10 now used for Maintenance Way projects like ballast trains, tie replacement and rail trains.
Arkansas Midland 400 and 2502 bask in the early morning sun on a cool leap year day in Little Rock.
The only remaining 567 engined motor on the GNRR takes a break from passenger duties and clean the carbon out of the stacks leading 23 cars of corn to Pilgrim's Pride.
The Illinois Central Gulf had quite a few paint schemes during its existence. Perhaps the most austere was the solid orange one shown here on GP10 8108.
An ICG eastbound detours over the former Wabash in western Missouri.
A GP10 brings up the rear of a light engine move of nine units bound for Enola. This locomotive was originally built as a GP9 for the New York Central in October, 1955, and was upgraded by Paduca... (more)
IC GP10 8408 and a caboose sit on display in Homewood during a light snowfall.
The Sandman pulls up the grade at Round Hill west of Winchester on the afternoon of Thursday, September 12, 2019.
Word has come that the new parent company Omnitrax has stored a very good portion... (more)
Raritan Central GP10 7545 and an empty lumber car are at the east end of the yard.
On a Gorey night. Winchester and Western Railroad GP 10s 572 (née PRR 7237, GP9) and 575 (née PRR 7265, GP9) sit at the W&W facility in Gore, VA on the night of Monday, November 25, 2019. These tw... (more)
1855, a GP10 owned by Seaview Transportation in Davisville, RI shuffles cars around the Davisville yard.
Seaview Transportation 1855 shoves a hefty cut of loaded auto-racks onto one of the many sidings in North Kingstown, RI.
Farmrail Paducah rebuilds gather at their home in Clinton.
A Pend Oreille Valley Railroad freight banks into a curve on this former Great Northern main line along the Pend Oreille River between Thama and Laclede, Idaho, on October 11, 2019.