The mid-train "slaves" on this coal train kicked out after a slack run-in, resulting in a quite a pile up in 1968 on Southern's Appalachia Division.
UP 1989, DRGW Heritage Unit officially unveiled during a ceremony for the the Denver Service Unit at the Superintendent's Office in Denver Colorado.
A loaded CN coal train passes an empty CP grain train in the narrow confines of Black Canyon. At this location, the Thompson River twists through an oxbow so tight that the only routing option av... (more)
The California Zephyr eases to a stop on 3rd Street, ending its 2,525 mile journey as families await the arrival of loved ones, excited children and other bystanders watch the event, most of them ... (more)
UP's BRAND NEW C&NW Heritage SD70ACe sits in the sun at Proviso minutes after being untarped.
Interstate 8105, Norfolk Southern's seventh heritage unit, rests outside the paint shop in Chattanooga. Casey Thomason photo, copyright Norfolk Southern Corporation. For more information, visit ... (more)
A 14-minute time exposure overlooking the loop about an hour after sunset - a BNSF stack train starts at Rowen in upper right, proceeds through Woodford siding, through loop tunnel at center-right... (more)
The dense, cold fog still hangs on through most of the morning in Pittsburgh, including here in West Park. Oddly enough, at just a mile or so south there was nothing but blue skies and full sun. ... (more)
K-36 #487 brings a tripple header around Windy point, heading to Cumbres, during the peak fall color season. Will we ever see this again?
Every photo is supposed to have a story that goes with it, and this one is about an everyday event that didn't quite unfold as it normally does. // One warm summer evening, BNSF's daily garbage... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal, train no. 50, arrives for a flagstop at Thurmond, West Virginia, in the heart of the New River Gorge.
Reading Lines 1067, Norfolk Southern's twelfth heritage unit, basks in the sunshine outside the shop in Muncie. For more information, visit more)
Big Boy 4017 is being looked over by two enthusiastic fans at the National Railroad Museum.
Young lady in the bikini and other people coming and going to the beach seem oblivious to the husky CF7.
The covered hopper was pulled apart but did not derail.