Shipwrecked - A CSX stack train is traveling north along the western shore of the Hudson River. It is passing the wreck of an old sunken fishing boat that rests in the waters just north... (more)
Several Morristown & Erie locomotives and extra equipment are parked behind a local industry on a siding adjacent to the Whippany Line. A private jet is making a landing at the Morristown Airpor... (more)
The afternoon Bartlett Valley Train on its return back to North Conway Station crosses the White Mountain Hwy. (Rt. 302).
This yard, formerly owned by the Reading Railroad, now continues as part of the Conrail shared assets operations between NS and CSX. This yard mainly serves the refineries and other local industr... (more)
Early in the morning on a Tuesday the rail yard in Dover was occupied by just a single locomotive and a couple gain/hopper cars. This trackage is owned by Norfolk Southern, but due to revenue lo... (more)
Number 5 is a Baldwin 2-4-2T 1906 built steam locomotive that was used for several decades as a logging engine in the mountains of New Hampshire. In the 1950's the Clark brothers began to rescue s... (more)
This lone NS locomotive has been resting here in the Stiles Street Yard for a number of days. This sizable rail yard, which is normally vacant, parallels the very busy Northeast Corridor (NEC). ... (more)
The morning Conway Excursion Train was looking rather typical with 573 in the lead. That was until out from the engine house puffed the railroad's premiere steam locomotive with tender forward. ... (more)
A weekend local - wearing a tribute to Military Members & Veterans - is seen crossing an NJCL railroad bridge over "The Glimmer Glass"
The Flying Yankee - Built for the MEC and B&M railroads in 1935, this interesting relic is now resting on property of the Hobo Railroad.
Reaching the Summit - The 6,288 ft summit of Mtn. Washington was mired in clouds all trip so this Summit was settled for. Originally #1 of the Green Mountain Cog Railway,... (more)
A loaded New Hampshire Northcoast sand train at the Ossipee Aggregates quarry, sand and gravel pits.
The weekly Browns Yard local to Lakewood is passing through the Stavola Asphalt/Recycle Plant in Tinton Falls, NJ.
A workhorse of the fleet CSRX 252 is seen parked in the yard with the highball signals and the Freight House both in view.