Cape Cod Central Railroad's scenic train comes to a rest at West Barnstable where it picked up a small gathering of passengers.
The Cape Cod Central Railroad's scenic train brushes through the marshes on late summer afternoon.
Amtrak 100 and 108 were assigned to rescue train 48 today after PTC issues were found with the original leader. Here they are seen pulling into the Schenectady station just over 2 hours late.
A quad set of Delaware - Lackawanna locomotives sit in the yard before preparing to head over to Taylor on the morning of July 24th.
CSX 8873 guides B760 back west towards South Schenectady from Selkirk yard. This SD40-2 started life on the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1966 and is still working hard 53 years later!
CSX 307, a YN2 AC44 is the last train in a parade of six on an early spring day.
CSX 8901 leads X350 up past the B&O signals on the Toledo Sub in Deshler.
Viscose #6 visited the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad back in 2019 for the railroads Sesquicentennial. The weekend was filled with many events, food, and of course, trains!
Norfolk Southern 310 heads east towards Binghamton with 4 locomotives on the head end. This was the biggest freight on the southern tier until recently.
Amtrak train 400, the early morning “Valley Flyer” heads north to Greenfield with 100 pushing on the rear. This is the "Midnight Blue" scheme and is one of Amtrak’s new 50th annive... (more)
Norfolk Southern 22K accelerates out of the controlled siding with an AC44C6M rebuild just after meeting counterpart 23K. This train will continue on to its destination of Ayer, MA.
Amtrak 520, a GP38H-3 rests in the yard at Albany - Rensselaer where it spends most of its time. This locomotive can be used in passenger and M.O.W. service depending on where its needed.
Norfolk Southern 30T heads south past a hay field on its way to Binghamton. Todays trains consist of two dash 9s sandwiching a CN SD70M-2, its always nice to see color along this line.
Union Pacific 4014 leads a passenger train west through Nelson, Illinois under the old coaling tower. The CNW signals were standing at this time, although they may be gone within a few months.
Amtrak 284 is lead by P42DC #119 through Mohawk, New York in early April. These trains are usually led by a P32, which are necessary for third rail pickup in New York City.