The original Fort Defiance Depot was constructed under ownership of the Valley Railroad and oversight of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad between 1874/85. The building was located eight miles north... (more)
Reeves Construction in Vienna, Georgia uses a rebuilt GE 80 Tonner for shuffling rock hoppers when needed. It is believed this unit, one of two came from the Marine Logistics Base in Albany, Georg... (more)
Remnants of a Bygone Era : Deep in the woods of the Steep Rock Preserve, sits one of the few remaining landmarks of what once was the Shepaug Railroad. The Shepaug Railroad was chartered i... (more)
Lightning illuminates the sky reminding the photographer of the Netflix series "Stranger Things." Approaching the PRR position light signal bridge at Summerhill, PA from the east is a we... (more)
An eastbound approaches the automatic signals at PT 218 near Birmingham, PA along the Little Juniata Narrows of the "Broadway of Steel" east out of Altoona. These signals, like those eas... (more)
Built by the Alabama-Great Southern Railroad in 1891, the depot in Ft. Payne, Alabama, is a beautiful example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. It was built with locally quarried pink and... (more)
The historic depot in Stevenson, Alabama, is all decked out for Christmas. It was built in 1872 as a joint venture between the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and the Nashville and Chattanooga R... (more)
A westbound helper set approaches the PRR era PT261 signal bridge just after midnight.
Looking north on the EBT out of Orbisonia, PA.
Trains last ran here in the Fall of 2011 and the occasional speeder passes thru.
Using the light from a truck transfer station just around the bend... (more)
An eastbound loaded oil train glides carefully down Horseshoe Curve in perfect light. It was a battle between Sun and clouds on my visit. In the end, the Sun won and this photo was the ... (more)
A Miami Metrorail train heads for the city from beautiful Vizcaya.
A set of older Budd cars set off into a thundery tropical deluge crossing the Miami River. The Budd Universal Rapid Transit cars have been retired.
A set of wrapped Universal Transit Cars soars above the streets of Brickell. These have been withdrawn.
The new Hitachi Metro Rail Cars ride over the tropical Miami River on an unsettled morning. The new cars are replacing the BURT's that have served MDT since 1984.