When New York Central 41788 was built in the Despatch Shops at East Rochester, New York and began service in 1956 it was used as an automobile hauler before today’s multi-level auto racks were fir... (more)
Wrapped for VIA Rail's 40th anniversary, VIA 914 leads VIA 65 past the Pointe St-Charles Yard.
A depressing sight at this once thriving coal loadout, as CSX coal gons rust away.
A dozen newly refurbished ballast cars that were re-done at the Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad Repair facility sit on a spur track waiting to get that new paint scratched during the first load... (more)
A pair of CBFX ex-BN SD60M's have arrived in the R&S yard from AMP in Dansville, NY. These units are on their way to being leased by Norfolk Southern. Locomotives:CBFX 6033 SD60MCB... (more)
After cutting the lead unit from its train, Chicago Rail Link uses GP40-2WL #4200 to pull three empty centerbeam cars out from the siding at Schillings, a lumber distributor in Mokena, Illinois. <... (more)
Two freshly-rebuilt and repainted Chicago & North Western covered hoppers (Nos. 490213 and 490878) sit just outside the Union Pacific’s De Soto Car Shop in Missouri on the afternoon of September 2... (more)
Undecorated (almost) A Chicago & North Western covered hopper gets a fresh coat of gray in the paint shop at Union Pacific’s car shop in De Soto, Missouri, on September 28, 2011. Most o... (more)
On the mountain you run into all sorts of Railfans. This guy has obviously been waiting a long time for this train to arrive.
Hand loading of stone train by women.
Uncommon flatcar loads are heading west through La Porte Indiana. Photo by Jeff Stupar.
The DLWR crosses the bridge over Tonawanda Creek and heads towards the CSX interchange with their RS-18 for the day's work. Photo taken from grade crossing with permission. Locomotives:more)
Newly assembled and coated with fresh "white paint," this BNSF auto carrier has a load of brand-new vehicles inside its 89 foot bi level frame... A couple years ago or so their new auto... (more)
GATX tank cars came in a seemingly unlimited variety of sizes and paint schemes, for many specialized loads. Here a car of SCM titanium dioxide rolls through Emmaus, Pennsylvania.
In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, Boeing-Vertol produced the US Standard Light Rail Vehicle. A total of 275 articulated railcars were sold to Boston’s MBTA and San Francisco’s MUNI. The LRV’s w... (more)