D13 shoves into the Finch Paper Spur on the Glens Falls Subdivision over Shermantown Rd, the crew protecting the shove aboard one of Canadian Pacific's cabooses often used on the locals for purpos... (more)
Hey! Get out of the photo. A very lengthy Jacksonville to Macon freight train pulled up in the middle of Fry Street in downtown Valdosta to pick up their conductor. Even with the crossing gates... (more)
The "Brick" sits in a siding in Decatur.
A northbound D&H train passes the D&H coal shed in Cobleskill, NY.
For the last week 8952 has been bouncing around on "home rails" from Battle Creek east to Flint and Flat Rock. I was able to go out on three nights to get photos of it and on this night ... (more)
Old meets new. On a quiet Sunday afternoon amongst some falling snow and pines swaying in the wind, CN 5338 heading south back to Proctor, MN takes the siding as Q117 being led by Wisconsin Cent... (more)
Pickens Railroad Baldwin VO-660 sits right at the intersection of four roads in Pickens, SC with two box cars from the original railroad. This was shortly before the railroad was abandoned and tak... (more)
UP 5485, 6347, and 7266 roll across the American Falls Bridge. The American Falls dam is behind the bridge.
"Around the Loop One Last Time"
On November 29th, 2020, Amtrak's Switching Crew takes the Vermonter consist around the New Haven Yard Loop for last time in preparation for it's f... (more)
The UP 1111 awaits a recrew at Pomona.
A westbound Amtrak "Pennsylvanian" ducks the surviving PRR era signal bridge passing what was once the Irishtown Road crossing. That crossing was removed in 2013, one of only 3 remainin... (more)
Old electric railcars meet in Arnegg in the east of Switzerland (near St Gall) in September 1981:
- BDe 4/4 1639 built in 1955, 1600 hp
- De 4/4 1680 built in 1928, 1100 hp
Ae 3/5 10206, Ae 4/7 11015 and Re 4/4 I 10042 rest at the Bern depot
After completely failing here on Thanksgiving due to less than half of my flashes going off I was determined to retry it... however CN threw a curve ball at me. What is almost always a night time ... (more)