Built as MILW #162, PHRR #8955 sits along the Mississippi River across from The Gateway Arch.
New Beginnings on the Morristown & Erie
One of three Norfolk Southern MP15DC's recently acquired by the Morristown & Erie sits at Lake Junction awaiting pick up. As of now thes... (more)
The First Day Home
The lone surviving U34CH, EL 3372 has just been delivered to Boonton Yard by the Morristown & Erie. Shortly after its arrival the URHS brought the engine to ... (more)
In this midnight perspective near the Bob Julian Roundhouse at the North Carolina Transportation Museum, Norfolk & Western's famous streamlined "J" Class 4-8-4 611 rests just south of th... (more)
GO F59 560 rests the day away, awaiting the evening rush at North Bathurst Yard.
Yet another IC EMD unit with a GE sticker working the switch job based out of Freeport (FURBALL).
The long gone railroad, CCP, still has some MOW equipment running around.
WSOR's 10A at the WSOR Janesville Yard with two bussiness cars behind it including the Stone Gardner Theater Car.