In December 2022 the U.S. Army and the Military Railroad Society operated Operation Sergeant Santa at Fort Eustis, Virginia. This event featured hour long day and night rides on privately owned pa... (more)
It's a beautiful summer evening with fire in the sky to stop at my favorite piece of rail equipment on Fort Lee. While she might look big, a Krupp V5 German railgun nearly twice the size sits in ... (more)
Stopped by one of my favorite locations at Fort Lee on a foggy morning. While she might look big, a Krupp V5 German railgun nearly twice the size sits in a museum on base. The placard at the bas... (more)
Army locomotive 1880 "gets in your face" as it rounds the bend with a short work train including caboose.
Engineer SFC Elm looks back over his train as it rolls past the Pines Golf Course on its way to the range with a work train.
A US Army 80 ton switcher takes a flat bed through Fort Eustis to test the rails.
This shot was over 8 years in the making. Ever since I had been doing reserve duty at Eustis I had wanted this... (more)
Located on Fort Lee is this beauty. While she might look big, a Krupp V5 German railgun nearly twice the size sits in a museum on base. The placard at the base of the guns says: Built at Waterv... (more)
US Army center cab # 8416 on display at the Lake Wales History Museum. The Whitcomb Locomotive Company built this 65 Ton 65DE19a Diesel-Electric Locomotive c/n 60422 in 1944 for the U.S. Army Tra... (more)
Part of the collection of the US Army Transportation Museum at Fort Eustis, VA, this WWII era ambulance ward car sits outside the gate to the US Army Aberdeen Proving Grounds, awaiting pickup by a... (more)
“Warhorses”Two U.S. Army GE 80-ton center cabs, USAX 1674 and USAX 1685, reside next to the Pennsylvania & Southern Railway locomotive shop in the Cumberland Valley Business Park. B... (more)
USAX B-2071 in line to be scrapped.
USAX 2029 awaiting scrapping. That occurred in August, 1998 along with other old military locomotives.
United States Army MRS-1 B-2082 awaits scrapping at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. I photographed this and other military engines being scrapped in 1998.
A spotless Fairbanks Morse switcher assigned to Fort Carson works the DRGW interchange in Colorado Springs.