A nice change of color here in the east. A trio of UP engines lead an NS train out of the yard to head north
A mid afternoon Port Jervis bound train makes its way over Moodna Viaduct.
Owned by the Empire State Railway Museum since 1984, engine 23 has been sitting in storage in Kingston, NY ever since. Some restoration efforts have taken place but finally after 32 years, the eng... (more)
Since beginning operations in 1982, the Catskill Mountain Railroad has dreamed of operating to this location, Glenford Dike along side the Ashokan Reservoir. A full five miles further than any rev... (more)
A first and perhaps last time.
There's a visitor in town, a trio of BNSF engines are the power for NS train 205 currently awaiting a re-crew. NYSW 3018 holds down the Susquehanna portion of the yard awaiting it's next assignmen... (more)
While lower New York gets hammered with snow, all is well upstate. NYSW 3014 sits idling in the yard awaiting work. Perhaps the plow in the background will get to see some action down south.
A mid afternoon train makes its way north near the Bear Mountain Bridge.
At the height of the evening rush, Harlem-125th street station is quite busy. Not a minute goes by where there isn't a train on at least one track.
Snake by the river. A morning container train makes its way south.
An old Penn Central E8 that has seen much better days as it sits collecting rust. It belongs to the Mad River & NKP Museum in Bellevue, Ohio. Perhaps one day it'll be restored.
Lots of activity in the Bellevue yard. 1101 leads a few locomotives east, the two ex-UP engines are both recently aquired SD90MAC's
Everyone wants to capture the moment, the photographer ahead appears to be using vintage equipment, possibly even period correct.
A unique angle on the WestRock paper mill, formerly known as RockTenn. 765 is seen here on the return trip to Steamtown in Scranton, PA
A unique operation such as the 765 is bound to bring out everyone including grandma to capture the moment.