K-37 class 493 walks the tightrope through the Animas River Canyon with train 464 back to Durango. K-37s were the largest of the narrow gauge 2-8-2s and pre-D&SNG were not allowed to operate on th... (more)
BN 6118 stopped briefly at the Mora, MN depot and a crew member is about to climb back on board. The job was the Brook Park turn out of St. Cloud, MN and the crew had left their train in Brook Par... (more)
As a BNSF coal empty cruises over Logan Hill, another BNSF coal load heads downgrade toward Bill with a pair of DPU locomotives on the rear. The top of Logan hill is near, if not at, the road over... (more)
A BNSF grain train curves by the townsite of Lombard, Montana, while heading eastward on Montana Rail Link’s Second Subdivision. The train is tracing the Missouri River, and is passing the Milwa... (more)
This beautiful 4-8-4, number 1403, was built in January 1947 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Eddystone, Pennsylvania, for the Western Maryland Railroad. According to the specifications listed o... (more)
Napa Valley Railroad NVRR 73, 71 and 70 bask in the early morning sunlight at the railroads yard in Napa.
ATSF 19, The Chief, is being led by 2-10-2 3814, 2-10-2 3822, and 4-8-4 3768 on the east side of Raton Pass at Wootton Colorado, on December 29th 1940. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
Amtrak 164 has recently debuted in "Phase IV" colors, replacing 184 as the Phase IV heritage unit. I was lucky enough to capture 164 on its very first assignment in the new colors, which was the C... (more)
An eastbound grainer coming down out of the Rockies at East Glacier Park Village.
Lead by Unit Pacific 2584, brand new NCTC 5006, 5007, 5008 and 5009 sit in the West Colton yard as a storm off the Pacific Ocean approaches. Soon the new locomotives would be turned over to the B... (more)
Elephant & WAP-7Long time wish of mine finally came true. A mighty elephant enjoying his bath as Thiruvananthapuram Rajdhani Express crosses the river
CN 516 made his bi-weekly run over the ''Travel de Cap-Rouge''
Westbound 5 climbs the tunnel district at Crescent, CO with 164’s first run with new Heritage Paint.
CSX has joined the heritage revolution! First out of the paint shop is ES44AH 1827 (formerly 3059), numbered and painted for the Baltimore & Ohio. It rolled out of the shop on May 10 and went righ... (more)
Sporting its new paint in a Baltimore and Ohio scheme on the longhood, CSX has its first heritage locomotive. 1827 commemorating the year associated with the start of the B&O.