Remember This View, You Will Not See It For A While. MTA NYC Transit Subway E01 (R-77E, General Electric, 1983) is momentarily suspended off the ground while a truck backs in underneath on ... (more)
The Oldest Active NYC Subway Diesel. Built in 1965, the first new two-truck diesels that were purchased for present day NYC Transit Subway were General Electric R-37s 50-53. The need had gr... (more)
Out of nowhere, an MBTA work extra brings an NYC pullman private car from Lowell, to Boston where it will be dropped. Rumors are that it will be dropped for the Lake Shore Limited, but that is not... (more)
A morning work extra crosses Wakefield Road in Sanbornville.
A morning work extra passes through Burleyville passing the former Boston & Maine Railroad Depot in the Town of Wakefield.
A morning work extra passes through Burleyville in the Town of Wakefield.
A morning work extra passes through Burleyville crossing Province Lake Road in the Town of Wakefield.
CP spreader 402885 works NB on the former D&H Colonie Main.
An Amtrak work train behind an RS-3 gets attention from its crew outside Providence Union Station in the Rhode Island capitol. The 1898 station in the background was replaced by the current Amtrak... (more)
Rio Grande Consolidation #315 waits in Osier while RGS #455 (normally C&TS #463) takes water. This work extra is a recreation of a typical Rio Grande Southern operation.
MBTA's GP40-1 shoves a work train on the Wildcat Branch to the work site at Wilmington Jct. The train consists of 6 new MassDOT ballast hoppers, a snow flanger and a work caboose leading the way.
A work extra sits tied down in Fagg along the old Virginian Railways line which is now the Norfolk Southern Whitethorne District."
Here is a rare treat. After revenue season track work. Two for the price of one: D&H #5017 [ALCo RS36] is hauling some large fill to reinforce a streamside embankment to stave off future washouts ... (more)
A Keolis work extra rounds the corner at Wachusett as they approach the new Wachusett T station.
Yes, the Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway ceased operation way back in 1933. Everybody knows that.
But what not everyone knows, a little bit of it survived. As a child and as an adult... (more)