Union Pacific SD70ACe No. 8477 and a standard UP ES44AC bring up the rear of Xcel Energy coal empties as the train scoots west through the magnificent scenery of the high country near Hot Sulphur ... (more)
Twelve years after the Milwaukee Road's Pacific Coast extension abandonment, skeletons of a pair of ABS block signals still stand between Lennup and Loweth MT.
In less than 24 hours, if the schedule holds, the first train will cross the new Sound Transit Tacoma bridge. The old 4 steel beam bridge across G street has been dismantled, along with the Milw... (more)
September in Colorado... I'll let the image do the talking.
"DERAILMENT" NS T09 has derailed under the Apollo fuels loadout in Middlesboro, KY with severe damge to the supports of the loadout and one gon hanging on by a thread.
An express regio EMU grab a car carrier truck stuck at a level crossing and derail.
No injuries in the train, but unfortunely, the truck driver die in the crash.
"9P" (0-6-0) steam locomotive stands against the backdrop of the blast furnace shop of the first steel plant of Nizhny Tagil. This is unique plant & museum on open air in the world, occupied an ar... (more)
CNW 8042 has really dug up the gravel because of a derailment in June of 1992. The derailment occurred at the junction of CNW's Old Line and New Line in St. Francis, WI. That bent rail looks like ... (more)
Scale is everything...
Union Pacific ES44AC No. 5468 races along CO-HWY 131 at 50 MPH with Xcel Energy coal empties from the Public Service Company as it scoots west by the towering Fing... (more)
A pair of Pan Am Railways MEC C40-8s, 7605 and 7541, bracket a soon to be replaced SD40-2M 601, as the weekly slurry train, symbol BFPO, departs Vermont Rail System's GMRC Bellows Falls Subdivisio... (more)
Not looking any better. It had been a little while since I had checked in on 'preserved' M636 CP 4723 in Farnham and unfortunately it is not looking any better. It sits near the ex-CP stati... (more)
C&O "Yellow Belly" #490
One of my all time favorite locomotives - this time, a rarely seen view of the fireman's side, thanks to a vacant track to the right left by the Museum's Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)Locomotive: Steam 4-6-4Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USALocomotive #: CO 490Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 02, 2016
The 35th Street viaduct in Milwaukee, WI makes a fine vantage point to view a portion of the Milwaukee Road's sprawling shop facility. Shot in March of 1985, this scene would change with the Soo L... (more)
An image of steam and speed
Derailment at WW II, 1940