A pair of GE-built E44 electrics glide south through Rahway, New Jersey, with a Conrail freight. A deadheading diesel switcher is tucked behind the ex-PRR motors.
The ES2G-057 EMU is going to the Delovoy Tsentr station.
Fresh from the shops with new paint and lettering, ready for leasing.
The 520' Frankenstein Trestle in New Hampshire's Crawford Notch is one of the most famous and spectacular locations on the former Maine Central Subdivision where the Conway Scenic Railroad now run... (more)
A Union Pacific rotary snow plow rests outside at IRM.
We're on a westbound meeting the Empire Builder on double track at Cooney.
Looking good in a fresh coat of her as delivered C&O dress, and wearing her original road number for the first time since the 1980's, CRC GP7 5704 leads the annual Cincinnati Scenic Railway Labor ... (more)
NX11 works Specialty Minerals in Canaan. Specialty Minerals is built off one of the two short remaining active sections of the Central New England Railway, which went from Maybrook NY to Hartford,... (more)
The crew of MM-90 was sent down to RARE interlocking in South Amboy to rescue a set of Arrow IIIs that broke down earlier this morning and bring them back to the MMC. The train is seen here crossi... (more)
Over the weekend of the 13th to 15th of July 2018, world-famous class 26 No.3450 (Red Devil) returned to service after a 14 year wait. Unfortunately, the weather did not play along...
Here, No.34... (more)
The first day of September is crystal clear as southbound Brice loads cross the trestle at Marion, NC over the Catawba River.
(Not) Stopping by woods on a snowy evening
W.H. Eccles Lumber's 3-spot trundles a work extra through fresh snow on the Sumpter Valley.
New Locomotive for RIO Tinto
Falls Road Railroad runs by the Medina Station (former New York Central RR) after working several locations from Lockport to Brockport, NY under moody skies in the morning.
Rail and road over sea Passenger train crossing Bay of Bengal from Pamban Island to mainland as I stand on the road bridge from Pamban Island to mainland