Having left Lometa at 1100, the crew of the Lometa to Brady, TX job is a few miles west of Hall, TX at 1730, underway at the blazing speed of 10 mph. It will take another hour and a half to reach ... (more)
A matched pair on FCEN is hard to come by, given most trains run with a single motor and the other repaints are scattered to other operations, so when this Saturday turn to Anuvia in Zellwood ran ... (more)
Winterail has come and gone, but the trains still roll on. At a point about halfway between two elevation gaining horseshoe curves about 3 miles west of Summit, a short 9 car Hauler creaks and gr... (more)
The CSX "Rock Runner", on a beautiful day in the historic town of Harpers Ferry, heads down the CSX Shenandoah Subdivision and passes through the wooden trestle built in 1850 by the Winchester and... (more)
Trail Creek Trestle was the last major structure to be built as part the Georgia Railroad's task of building a branch line Athens, GA as part of their 1833 charter with the state. Before it's cons... (more)
Climax No.1694 negotiates the Wright trestle bridge, on a photographer's charter to Gembrook organsied by Sierra Publishing. 1694 spent it's working life on the Tyers Valley Tramway in Victoria's ... (more)
Moonlight over Cataract Creek. Both of the Grand Canyon's active steam engines pose on the wooden trestle at Cataract Creek, just outside Williams, AZ on a chilly February evening. Moonlig... (more)
St. Albans, VT to Montreal train 323 is crossing the timber trestle over frozen Missisquoi bay on the northern end of Lake Champlain.
Lots of wooden trestles. One of the cool features of the Black Hills Central line from Hill City to Keystone is the presence of a number of photogenic wooden trestles. Perhaps the best exa... (more)
Since the ex-MILW curved timber trestle in Tacoma is gone I believe this is the last ex-MILW curved timber trestle still in use.
Big power over a big bridge. Normally Portland & Western power runs over these tracks but a BNSF repo train takes away some stored well cars near Banks, OR.
Westbound Miller Turn leaving Miller yard for Mockingbird.
A special train for the Genesee & Wyoming Board of Directors crosses the Willamette River. At the time, the trackage was still operated by Southern Pacific as part of its Tillamook Branch.
Five months after leasing many Oregon branchlines from Southern Pacific, the Genesee & Wyoming Board of Directors tour their new property.
A special passenger train for the Genesee & Wyoming Board of Directors is deadheading over Rex Hill. The corporate officials will board the train in Milwaukie for a trip to Albany, via McMinnville... (more)