TVRM's flagship Missionary Ridge Local excursion crosses over South Chickamauga Creek on a soggy March afternoon. In the foreground lies a display marking the original ETV&G mainline completed in ... (more)
Soldier Summit isn't exactly very hospitable this afternoon. But the sun has broke through the snow flurries, at just the right time. As the Utah brings an empty coal train up the mountain. With t... (more)
Oddballs on Clinchfield's EMD-dominated roster, the U36Cs were disliked enough that a trade with SCL for a like number of SD45s was arranged. I never thought CRR's gray and yellow looked as good ... (more)
We're parked in the Waukesha Industrial Park where not even the TM could find us. Conductor Jim Bottoni has just finished feeding us a meal of venison steaks and Italian spaghetti cooked on the st... (more)
The overnight "Montreal Limited" from New York is climbing the hill to CPR's Montreal West station. The PA's had been in service for just under four months.
The only S3 on Portland Terminal Company’s roster, number 1101, idles near the Rigby Yard office in Portland Maine
Lake Superior & Ishpeming’s Hill Job works its train by the yard office at the east end of Eagle Mills yard.
A BNSF remote control yard job and the DENPUE mixed freight train rest side by side in a rather full yard this morning at Pueblo.
Holding at East Junction, a southbound Canadian National freight waits to enter Harrison Yard in South Memphis. The City Wye is to the left in the photo and the Grenada Wye is to the right.
As darkness begins to settle in, coal loads still come out of the coal fields of Southwest PA and through the Mon Valley. N21 heads North through the little river town of Besco, PA.
430 111 & 421 373 from WRS pass Lottstetten area with a tank train to Glattbrugg.
CN 582 *Spreader extra* on the CN Monk Spur, to St-Isidore.
Ontario Northland Railway's heritage SD40-2, #1730, makes its first northbound run north of Englehart, Ontario, on the last day of February, as it heads up a consist of all three of the schemes cu... (more)
WR1 (Wilkes Barre, PA - Rouses Point, NY) and its return, RW-6 were the daily manifests to and from Rouses Point. RW-6 was called "The Paper Train" because a large part of its consist w... (more)