Hundreds of locomotives call this yard home in Wyoming. This seems to be a major storage of useless power at the time. It's a shame that these locomotives aren't pulling freight all over the nati... (more)
Milwaukee Road Engineer Don Amby and his ever present pipe has turbo train 66 well in hand approaching Franksville,WI....
A pair of CEFX AC44s switch the LS&I dock in Marquette during some heavy fog. A rare “fog bow” just so happened to appear in the perfect spot!
A clerk for the N&W Railraod holds up trainorders for the fireman of No. 611 as the crew prepares for departure.
Milwaukee Road Fireman Bill Beecher in the left hand seat on the turbo while the venerable RR Photog John Gruber squats in the center of the cab to get ready for his next classic photo that eventu... (more)
A little rail n' sail for the longest day of the year. As the SS Wilfred Sykes backs up to its docking point, a keen eye will notice a former ArcelorMittal SW8 in the background, awaiting its next... (more)
Various Union Pacific GE AC4400CWs sit outside of the railroad’s South Morrill Locomotive Facility in Nebraska on the afternoon of September 15, 2017. A transfer table is used on the east side of ... (more)
Northbound Cascades at sunset on the Puget Sound. Once again, scenes like this are not long for this world, even now pretty rare, with the retirement of the Series 6 Talgo train sets.
The Piedmont - with its usual cut of pigs on the rear - makes its station stop at Lynchburg.
The only surviving Daylight diesel sits nose to nose with ATSF 347C during the Worlds Strongest Man Tournament which is being held in Old Town Sacramento.
Three IC "deathstar" SD70's rest in the yard on this nice summer afternoon. On this day, six black IC SD70's were assigned to the yard.
Three Santa Fe Alco PA's pose in front of the Barstow Diesel Shop. Photo from my collection, no photographer information listed on slide.
The Nantahala Gorge train departs Bryson City as it passes the railroads newest locomotive, sporting an, well, lets just say "interesting" paint scheme.
A Maryland Midland waits on his SD24 while his conductor exchanges waybills with the operator at the Western Maryland office in Highfield, Maryland.
BN 644, a F7A wearing big sky blue paint, leads a northbound train into Vancouver, Washington, in May of 1976. Original Slide. Rob Gottier Photo. Sam Foster Collection.