Union Pacific 4109, having received a fresh coat of paint, is nearing completion as it basks in the afternoon sun at the Union Pacific Jenks Locomotive Shops. Photo taken with permission.
New MARC Charger #83 sits ready to haul a revenue train, amid a mix of other equipment.
Cute, or ugly?These 2 meter-gauge critters are operational. The #62 on the left was rebuilt in 1946 and the green #70 in 1948 from 2-6-0-Tank steam locomotives that had been built i... (more)
NAFTA lash up at Bridge 60. With NS interchanging with the Delaware Lackawanna in Scranton; this could be the first of many "firsts".
Ge 4/6 # 353 from 1914 is pulling a contemporary passenger train from Pontresina to Samedan, on the occasion of "10 years UNESCO World Heritage RhB". The cars from the right are first cl... (more)
An Alco S6 idles outside the engine house at the GVT's Batavia Division. A pile of treated wood poles, one of the commodities transloaded at the yard here, frames the locomotive before the day's w... (more)
K36 488 and 484 double head out of Chama last Thursday morning. Whether they did it to reduce fire danger, by reducing the work load of the locomotives. Or if it's the fact they had a nine car tra... (more)
BNSF GE C44-9Ws Nos. 5257 and 4343 power an eastbound freight on Montana Rail Link’s scenic Fourth Subdivision over Bridge 55 at Trout Creek, Montana, on the refreshing winter afternoon of Februar... (more)
An empty oil train passes under the massive New York Central signal bridge at CP 39 in Dunkirk, NY.Locomotives:CSX 817 ES44ACCSX 5299 ES40DCBNSF 7402 ES44DC
CSX G153 slowly crosses the beautiful L&N High Bridge over I-24 and Running Water Creek as G153 and her crew begin the slow and grueling climb up the Raccoon Mountain Grade.
K36 487 rolls past Dalton. The hard work for 487 is pretty much over as the train descend towards Chama, New Mexico.
A GP40-2R leads the westbound Royal Gorge run under the 1000-feet suspension bridge.
"Shore Line East Visits the Hartford Line"