A freight train leaves the Ventimiglia border station in the direction of Genova. In the background, on the left, is the passenger station, and on the right, are rakes of SNCF passenger cars used ... (more)
Spiffy-looking Burlington Northern Santa Fe EMD SD9 No. 6128 switches the north end of South Yard in Alliance, Nebraska, late in the day of July 21, 2003.
With daylight slowly running out, 507 has been breaking through drifts for many miles. Just west of Marengo they hit a big one.
After a recent rain storm, the clouds clear out over the pacific, leaving for a crisp and clear sunset. Here we see the northbound San Diego to San Luis Obispo Pacific Surfliner, rounding the curv... (more)
Charging by at Sunset: Amtrak train number 580 rounds the curve on the south side of Del Mar on its way to San Diego. An extra locomotive is on the north end of the train as a fill in for a... (more)
A pair of NS GP38-2's bring local CB10 out of the yard at Altoona and prepares to diverge on to the Cove Secondary at the Cove Control Point.
CSX H950 - Recrewed H750, takes the North side of the river on track one at Hawks Nest, WVa. The crew was talking to the dispatcher saying that the third trailing engine was essentially dead in to... (more)
Old No. 31, which made its first run on the Strasburg on September 1, 1960, is seen here 30 years later, ready to shove a heavy Santa Claus Special up the grade.
Various motive power sits outside the Cumberland shops
Getting up to track speed after crossing the Mississippi on its way to Chicago.
UP 1507 (GP40M-2) climbs the grade past a farmhouse as it heads to Tunnel #1 on the Moffat Line.
A wide variety of power sits in the yard in Galesburg.
Running long hood forward, MEC SD39 693 (the former NW 2966) is leading D&H BFOA eastbound, near East Worcester, in the late afternoon of October 26, 1987. Although Guilfordized with the bi... (more)
A Central Oregon & Pacific local passes the log pond at Herbert Lumber Company in Riddle, Oregon.
Happy Valentine's Day from the KCS to me. Three brand new units are on the head end of the DASH.