Mt. Washington Cog Railway Track Maintenance Car. Just how difficult could it be to maintain a railway that is all of 3.1 miles long? Well, if the railway is built entirely on wooden tres... (more)
TAG 80 rides the turntable at the east Chattanooga shops.
"Cogger" Joe Eggleston and his "office". They say that if you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life. Of all of the railroad people I have met over the years, I think this ... (more)
TAG 80 and her crew pose with Old Glory at Chattanooga Tn
Under a thick layer of costal, morning overcast, steam from this morning's operations of Fillmore & Western 14 lingers a little longer in the air as the 2-8-0 heads east for a blowdown before back... (more)
Reflections From the Pride of First Class...Now Covered in Graffiti. It was an incredibly sad sight to turn the corner at Beech Grove, Indiana, and spot a pair of now retired Pacific Parlou... (more)
4397 getting set up for service after recently arriving at the shops.
May the NS 8462 rest in pieces.
Not much left of NS 8462 as she is scrapped in Chattanooga.
NS 8462 is getting scrapped , its been in storage since 2016 , after being wrecked
old KCS units in the fuel rack
Southern Pacific No. 3100 and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe No. 108 take there place just outside the Southern California Railway Museum's diesel "barn" for an impromptu photo session bene... (more)
A 1921-built product of the American Locomotive Company, UP 2564, a 2-8-2 "Mikado," was originally built for the Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad. It was traded to the Oregon Shortline R... (more)
1st generation Attiko Metro emu on a dynamic loading gauge test train on Line 1 (Piraeus-Kifissia), inching along the curve at Monastiraki station.
Santa Fe Lives On. You almost forgot what year it was when photographing this scene. Standing proudly against the dark, night sky is ATSF 108 wearing its resplendent warbonnet paint scheme ... (more)