Dad was flying the UAS while I shot the Washington County Railroad's southbound Newport to White River Jct. train on April 14, with Central Maine & Quebec GP38-3 3812 leading Vermont Railway GP38-... (more)
The Ringling Brothers & Barnum Bailey 'Red Unit' circus train cruises down the 76 corridor, sealing itself in history one final time at this railfan favorite spot. At left, a former Ringling emplo... (more)
We're at Breeze Terrace in Madison,WI. on a UW football special. We've turned the POOCH on the creeky old turntable at the round house and have re-attached it to the train. While everyone else wor... (more)
Under gloomy skies the last train to run the length of the Venice Branch in Manayunk, PA runs alongside the Manayunk Canal Towpath. The small 3-car t... (more)
BNSF 7001 makes a reverse move to couple on the Portland-Chicago Z-train.
A long Paris-Basel train passes by the Paris La Vilette locomotive depot. Nothing remains today of this once busy engine shops.
First test runs today of the brandnew highspeed train "EC 250" (designation Stadler Rail) or "Giruno" (designation of the SBB) RABe 501 001 from Romanshorn to Sulgen. The name "Giruno" is an artif... (more)
Less than a mile from the Canada/U.S border, Canadian Pacific/D&H ethanol train #650 is heading south at Lacolle. DPU is CP #8612.
5 Burlington Northern SD40-2's 7223, 7258, 7248, 7227, 8163, with a fuel tender, go about there daily business in the Wyoming coal fields.
After a re-crew at the yard, PAR 1 leads a blue all EMD consist out of the wye at Ayer with the Ringling Bothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus Train. This is the final season for this train as the ci... (more)
A Belfort to Paris passes at the only spot of the Line 4 where you can frame the train together with the Vosges Mountains behind. This is the famous "Ligne Bleue des Vosges" (the Vosges ... (more)
Amtrak's Crescent runs past an MOW crew on Washington Union Terminal trackage in DC.
Derailment at WW II, 1940
Forget Cleveland…Chatsworth Rocks!”Chatsworth Rocks” was the location of many publicity photos of Southern Pacific’s Coast Daylight back in the steam days, so it was, natural... (more)