The Everett's #11 is a charming little engine. It's ironic that it's the only operating steamer in the heart of Pennsy Territory that was once ruled by decapods with tenders bigger than it is.
There was nothing like a pair of blue units on a westbound to empty out the CRHS Rail-B-Qs of the late 2000s. My friend and I chased these guys from Marysville to Newport getting them at all the ... (more)
The Roosevelt Road overpass is a magic place.
The departing City of New Orleans is illuminated by the lights of the Whole Foods on its way out of Chicago.
A mix of old and new in Baltimore: A YN2 AC4400 and a brand new SDACET4 cruise through the remains of the B&O Locust Point yards.
Halloween was a good day to chase the W&W, a treasure often lost amongst the other incredible heritage operations nearby.
It is absolutely unreal to see the difference at the EBT from only two years ago.
Here M7, returning the 11 am to Rockhill Furnace passes under the legendary "Farmer's Underpass" jus... (more)
What do you do after a day of client meetings? Meet the train at the station!
One of Amtrak's westbound Wolverine trains is making its Ann Arbor station stop while I got a great taste of true ... (more)
NS's "Yorkie" local returns north to Enola yard on a miserable January day.
A CSX local, who's symbol I never did get, is waiting for MARC traffic to die down so he can get out of CSX's Riverside Yard and head west.
Just a few hundred yards from its destination, a pair of NS 80macs head into the afternoon sun.
Today's NS 590 races an Amtrak regional toward Baltimore.
My money's on the meatball.
A southbound Amtrak train kicks up a rather significant rooster tail as it highballs toward Baltimore.