The deadhead move of the Pan AM Railways Office Car Special to Boston passes Winchester Interlocking and the former Boston & Maine searchlight signals along the "New Hampshire Route." Th... (more)
The deadhead move of the Pan AM Railways Office Car Special to Boston passes Mystic Junction in Somerville. This is former Boston & Maine territory where trains went into the old "Yard 8.&quo... (more)
After wying the train at Swift Interlocking and shoving back to Tower A, the Pan AM crew prepares to yard their train. The train will be tied down overnight at Boston Engine Terminal in preparatio... (more)
The Pan Am Railways Office Car Special heads south on the Keolis New Hampshire Route in Winchester, MA, bound for Boston, MA. Note the old searchlights still used with this interlocking.
It looks like the boss is in town as the Guilford organization's executive train lays over at Boston's North Station. The power for the sharp-looking little train is a B&M GP39-2 and a MEC GP7
Providence and Worcester Railroad was generous enough to send their office car train set along with locomotive 4006 which was purchased from BNSF.
An organized night photo session hosted by Kevin Burkholder was the main attraction of the 2016 annual "Glory Days of Railroading" in White River Junction, Vermont. Providence and Worcester Railro... (more)
425 labors uphill at tigertsville road crossing just outside tamaqua on the way to Jim Thrope.
UP's E's descend the Huey P. Long bridge under threatening skies. To view the rest of this album, please visit: http://railbaron.rrpicturearchives.net/archivethumbs.aspx?id=10671
Exercising its new aquisition, the former SP Sunset Route through Louisiana, a BNSF Super Bowl Special, led by Warbonnet GEs 618 and 917, crosses Berwick Bay en route to New Orleans for Super Bowl... (more)
Shown at the grand opening ceremony of the rebuilt Belden Hill tunnel.
4021 will lead westbound CR varnish later that morning. To the left, in the background, is the old Erie freight house. To the right is the Kilmer Building.
The classic EMD "bulldog" nose is silhouetted against the L.J.Kingsley building, a landmark of Binghamton rail photography.
Parked under Chenango Street; the DL&W station is off to the right behind the bridge.
Four-car OCS on an overnight layover; seen in front of the Kilmer Building.