Representing Phases III, IV, and V; Amtrak's Southwest Chief descends off of Glorieta Pass and through Canyoncito, NM on a beautifully crisp Autumn afternoon. Also, an engineer makes his presence ... (more)
Another train leaves the big city.
NJT MM-02 runs up the ramp at CP-ALDENE on NJ Transit's Raritan Valley Line on its return back to the Meadowlands Maintenance Center in Kearny. Metro North equipment is not usually used on this li... (more)
CSX utilizes the former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Magnolia Cutoff to traverse the Paw Paw Bends of the Potomac River. Looking down an eastbound coal drag crosses the river and will soon pierce... (more)
The two newest additions to the Decatur and Eastern Illinois Railroad sit idle after a day of work in the yard.
The first southbound Swift RoadRailer train operated by BNSF descends Calimus Hill on UP's Cascade Subdivision. The train is running on trackage rights originally granted to Great Northern by Sou... (more)
The "Montreal Limited" approaches the home signal at Montreal West as it climbs the hill from South Junction.
This beautifully painted Conrail caboose sits along the Norfolk Southern, former PRR, PC, and CR, mainline in Derry Pennsylvania. The caboose is seen here, lit up by the lights from the nearby RT ... (more)
Transfer from Armourdale to Neff Yard cruises through St Louis Ave.
Amtrak Train 88 arrived on time at Boston's South Station on the evening of Saturday, February 17, 2018. ACS-64 642 is presents its distinctive "Salutes Our Veterans" logo as it sits ne... (more)
Eccles Lumber Heisler #3, a wood-burning 2-trucker built in 1915, is seen at night in McEwen.
Smoke billows from a pair of SW1001's as they shove on a cut of loaded salt hoppers after loading them at the American Rock Salt mine in Mount Morris, New York. Locomotives:GNWR 1000 S... (more)
NS's Chamblee to East Point transfer job P76 charges through Atlanta, Georgia with a SD40E running long hood forward and is about to step over the Atlanta South District on April 17, 2014.
"UP At Valley"
If you come to Denver you should stop by the 48th Avenue Viaduct (just east of Kalamath Street). From that vantage point you can easily watch and photograph the UP's North Yard as well as catch i... (more)