CSXT business train makes an appearance over former CSXT A-Line territory passing the next phase of "SunRail" expansion.
The iconic and timeless elegant trainset RAe TEE II #1053 is passing the station of "Veytaux-Chillon" near the famous Chillon Castle, a medieval fortress on the shores of Lake Geneva. Th... (more)
The screaming prime movers could barley be heard over the thunderous sound of the rushing water in South Boulder Creek... Spring run-off is just beginning on this late 70 degree day in April. The ... (more)
A RiverLine train crosses Delair Avenue at the Pennsauken Transit Center. In the background is the massive Delair lift bridge that carries New Jersey Transit's Atlantic City trains and Conrail Sha... (more)
A group of BNSF engines, including Warbonnet 521, sit in echelon right formation waiting for servicing or assignments at the engine facility in Denver.
BR Standard Class 5 #73082 "Camelot" makes an impressive departure from Horsted Keynes on the final day of the Flying Scotsman Gala. Trains were running from sunup to sundown and beyond!... (more)
An 80 ton GE center cab switcher, sits in the yard, in Fairbanks. This and one other center cab locomotive, were purchased from the US Army in Bayone, NJ, and were delivered in Fairbanks, in Janua... (more)
FEC 226 with four motors this morning. That is an LNG tender between the first two.
CN heritage unit, DMIR 403, pulling 130 cars of taconite pellets down the CN Iron Range Sub at Biwabik while a track crew and CN personnel mingle by the old DMIR engine house and shop.
SY Locomotives prepare for the morning shift. Fuxin, North-Western Liaoning Privince, China.
438 wears the colors of its new parent, Union Pacific, but still retains the number and letters of the Western Pacific.
It's 1055 as 34A with a pair of consecutively numbered SD80MAC's and a healthy train, is south on Amtrak crossing the Gunpowder River, and approaching GUNPOW interlocking.
Logs on Logs as the Harbor Turn rolls over the Holcomb Creek road. This train usually passes over this bridge and back in the night making a pretty rare day run due to track work.
This years winter was a bit more normal for Alaska although it was fairly rare to catch a train after a snowfall. I did on one such occasion manage to follow a train south after a recent snowfall ... (more)
NS 172 leaves Greenville, SC, after a crew change with Union Pacific power leading the way.