NYS&W SU-99 shatters the silence of Warwick, NY during a damp dusk.
If you have to go to a subway platform 93 feet (28 m) below ground, this is a pretty cool way to get there.
I do hope all the USA Presidents appreciate the Port Authority lighting up the George Washington Bridge in their honor on their special day.
I think most folks, even New Yorkers, think Manhattan... (more)
Siemens ACS-64, or Amtrak Cities Sprinter, 626 sprinting in the snow. A European design, it was built between 2012 and 2016 at the Siemens factory in Florin, California.
It is designed for 125 mp... (more)
While it was bitter cold at minus 10 degrees, the sun was brilliant and the smoke plume magnificent. It was also the day I gained control of the camera and the pictures of that day led to me becom... (more)
No. 26 is a lot smaller than a Big Boy but that doesn't mean the little filly cannot put on a show. When the temp is in the teens Fahrenheit, this is what happens.
N&W M Class 4-8-0 "Mollie" No. 382 (Nee 475) and engineer Dave Domitrovich are showing younger sister N&W J Class 4-8-4 No. 611 how it's done!
Norfolk & Western J Class 4-8-4 No. 611 is an extraordinarily efficient steam locomotive. However, in comparison with its successor the diesel-electric, it is pretty awful in converting heat into ... (more)
How is it I am so privileged to see this magnificent machine?
The Norfolk & Western J class 4-8-4 No. 611 some will say is the finest passenger steam locomotive of all time. You are looking at ... (more)
This is a photo that speaks of speed. The designers under the watchful eye of Clarence E. Pond, Norfolk & Western Railway
General Manager, Motive Power and Equipment, designed one of the finest p... (more)
N&W No. 611 is seen in Strasburg bathed in glorious sunset color. Fortunately for us, because of the people we see here, No. 611 is not in sunset itself. Saved from anniliat... (more)
The mysterious greatness that is steam is embodied by this sole survivor of 14 siblings.
69 years old, we are blessed it is here to tell us of another time on this earth.
As day draws nigh, the firemen draws water to slake the thrist of the steam machine.
Railroading knows not the light or dark of the day, only the time.
Coal railroad, coal country, coal locomotive. CNJ No. 113 on Santa Train duty. She is chunky and all guts.
Railroading doesn't stop in the snow.