During New Year's Day 2017 Norfolk Southern's 18K engineer has the locomotives in full dynamic braking carefully handling the train's tonnage during the 0.9% descent on the former Wabash Railroad... (more)
CTA Ravenswood(Brown) Line train is northbound on the Loop elevated on Wabash north of Adams.
Cab car into the night.
Leaving Miller's Wash and a green board behind, 4960 proceeds to make short work of getting back to track speed.
While summer suddenly disappeared this week in the American Southwest (note, not a good idea to camp with my current sleeping bags), 488 and its train lazily make their way down Cumbres Pass.
The Beginning of the End- It's 1935 in the Scranton yards of the Delaware Lackawanna & Western, and an Electro-Motive Corporation intruder has poked its nose into the former all-steam stron... (more)
New York City's first snowfall of 2017 envelops a pair of No.1 trains meeting at Dyckman Street in the Inwood section of Manhattan, on the IRT Broadway - Seventh Avenue line.
It's "1907" and two Locust Heights and Western Railroad employees pause to pose for a photograph outside the sawmill as Climax A #1 stands ready in the background to continue work. Lighting provid... (more)
The sound of locomotives working and exhaust fill the air as a westbound manifest begins its journey out of Green River, Wyoming as it heads up the grade on Peru Hill near James Town on July 23, 2... (more)
The crew gets No. 9, the jewel, ready for another day. My wife saw this and she said: "I feel I just stepped into 1916." That is exactly what happens when you go to the WW&F. The place i... (more)
Silverton under the stars. It's a shame that Winston Link never made it out to the Colorado Narrow Gauge. His flashbulb-lit scenes in the high country might have looked a bit like this. ... (more)
The 2017 N&W Historical Society convention, was held at Strasburg Rail Road. Friday night, after torrential downpours, and 100% humidity, the night photo shoot commenced. N&W 475, made a timeless ... (more)
Man and his Machine: Engineer Shane Frederickson in a backlit morning scene monitors the steam gauge as he prepares to unleash 210 lbs of steam on the Lehigh Gorge State Park.