The RS70/71 crew heads back to Pineaire on a beautiful autumn afternoon.
The LIRR's "LaserTrain" lays over at Port Washington between runs. This converted M3 set, one of two such sets on the railroad, is used to mitigate slip-slide conditions caused by falle... (more)
Weekend closures of the LIRR's mainline have become a regular occurrence as the railroad continues its third track expansion project. During these shutdowns, shuttle service between Hicksville an... (more)
A lashup of three locomotive types, PR20B, MP15AC and GP38-2, lead a 44 car westbound RS41 out of Deer Park bound for Fresh Pond. The cars on the right are empty stone cars for Astro Ready Mix.
December 7th marked the official opening of the Gray Granite Railroad, a small private line located on the Cavanna Family's farm in central Connecticut. The event, attended by several dozen peopl... (more)
Wishing everyone a happy belated Flag Day with this scene of UP's steam and diesel power flying the stars and stripes.
The Big Boy steams under a series of overpasses en route to Green River.
At a servicing stop in Echo, a crowd of onlookers marvel at the sight of the world's largest locomotive under steam.
#4014 and #844 emerge from a short tunnel on the eastward climb several miles from the Utah-Wyoming state line.
The Big Boy and #844 stop in Granger to receive the undivided attention of both the UP steam crew and the public.
#4014 and #844 approach Morgan on the first leg of the return trip to Cheyenne.
A late afternoon stack train meanders west just outside of Echo Canyon.
Beneath the looming skyline of Salt Lake City, a seemingly endless line of locomotives sit stored in North Yard.
Somewhere off the beaten path, the Big Boy leads #844 east towards Granger and Rock Springs.
After many miles under cloudy skies, this crew suddenly finds themselves staring into the blinding evening sun. This was an extra train for the US Open at Shinnecock Hills, for which the LIRR ope... (more)