Haulin' "Big Joe". After a productive day of lining and tamping the track north of Alna Center, WW&F Road Foreman Dana Deering (green hat) takes his MOW Extra and crew south toward Sheepsco... (more)
Spare Power. Simmering on the passing track just below Marshfield Station, we find the day's spare power. Built in 1874 by the Manchester Locomotive Works, MWRC #6 "Kancamagus" is the olde... (more)
A crash damaged carriage is seen on it`s side, loaded on a flat wagon at Laksham Junction.
After the delivery of their new Korean-built passenger cars, Metrolink had enough of their older Bombardier coaches to convert many of them to bicycle cars by removing the seats on the lower level... (more)
Following my previous post showing a railway shunting horse beside a main line train here is another at Grantham having, appropriately, just shunted a horse box. He does not look too happy! Photo ... (more)
A relic from the Denver & Rio Grande Western is spotted at the top end of UP North Yard in Salt Lake City. The X-450 was built new for the D&RGW by Southwark-Baldwin in February 1945. The unique l... (more)
D&M GE 44T 10 was built for the M&STL as D742 in 1942, it was rebuilt by GE and sold to the D&M in 1956. D&M #10 normal asigment was at D&M's parent company STRAITS CORP BIG CUT quarry near Miller... (more)
Former Great Eastern Railway 'Claud Hamilton' class 4-4-0 No 8787 passes through Welwyn North station with an up Cambridge Buffet Express heading for Kings Cross, London at line speed as a humble ... (more)
This ex-MP unit carried its house on its back. Actually that is a rock deflection. And yes, there is a place called Big Rock, not nearly so famous as that aforementioned miniscule monolith.
BB11 is seen shunting camel wagons in Dire Dawa Station yard, These wagons are used to transport camels to Djibouti for onward shipment to Saudi Arabia,
The locomotive was delivered new to ethiop... (more)
A UP military special bound for Yermo, CA, heads west along the Lynndyl Subdivision just east of Erda, Utah.
Union Pacific pile driver #03114 is under steam in Salina, Kansas in January 1960. This product of Industrial Brownhoist was probably built in the Teens (sister pile driver #03110 was built in 19... (more)
A lengthy train of windmill blades departs Salt Lake City for a trip west along the LA&SL to California.
A couple of transfer caboose's sit in Kanoke Yard in Kansas City between assignments. Don't know if these were made from steam loco tenders or not as the Milwaukee's were.
The Wind Splitter She's beautifully restored. For Photo Album see: http://railfan44.rrpicturearchives.net/archiveThumbs.aspx?id=73546