The Polar Express in Tavares operated by the Orlando Northwestern.
The newly lettered Clinchfield Railroad SD45 3632 basks in the ambiance of a cool fall evening. A big thank you and congratulations to all at Southern Appalachia Railway Museum and CSX Transportat... (more)
The Clinchfield's first diesel locomotive, F3A number 800, has been restored to its original paint scheme by CSX's Huntington Locomotive Shop in West Virginia. Built in December of 1948, and often... (more)
During Steamtown's Railfest weekend, Delaware Lackawanna owned CNJ RS-3 1554 was used to power the Scranton Limited trains. Here, the train in close to the outer yard limits, being between the Ma... (more)
CP FA-2 4090 and FB-2 4469 show off their as delivered Canadian Pacific color scheme at Cranbrook, BC. The cosmetic restoration was eight years in the making. The 1954 built 4090 was involved earl... (more)
UP 6938 was retired on May 25, 1985 and was cosmetically restored to be put on display in front of the Jenks Shops where it still sits today.
Having had a recent cosmetic restoration, Reading U30C #6300 glows in the afternoon sunshine at the Reading Railroad Heritage Museum in Hamburg, PA.
A Reading Lines family portrait at Hamburg, PA - fro L to R we find EMD GP7 #621, ALCO C630 #5308 and GE U30C #6300 waiting on an incoming thunderstorm on a warm August evening in Northeast Pennsy... (more)
Single Lackawanna F3 leads the short yard trips at Steamtown today.
Sacramento Northern 402, originally built by EMC for Western Pacific in 1939. Sold to Sacramento Northern in 1965, and eventually retired in 1981. Rescued from a deadline in Stockton in 1983 and d... (more)
Family day at the museum.
Southern Sisters: Southern GP30 No. 2594 and SD40 No. 3170 rest in the yard at Grand Junction.
During the late evening ours catch SR 5000 leading TVRM 225 the Dinner Train Special to the siding on the Chattanooga Belt Line near Polk St. The head end brakemen will tie the four ... (more)
SOU 5000 at the Depot.
The sun begins to rise over the new addition to the Lake Shore Railway Museum, the C&O 8272, restored to Chessie System paint at CSX's Huntington, WV shops.