Former Bodensee-Toggenburg Bahn (BT) electrolocomotive Be 4/4 # 11, built in 1931 by SLM and SAAS, now owned by Schorno Locomotive Management and operated by DVZO, is pulling train 30065 from Senn... (more)
Standard gauge cogwheel railcar with baggage and mail compartment, DZeh 2/4 # 22 of the Rorschach-Heiden-Bergbahn, which is now part of the Appenzeller Bahnen, with a charter train for the Railway... (more)
"Sunset on the Old EJ&E" A pair of Old Illinois Central SD70 sit in Downtown Dyer waiting to head East to Kirk Yard as the early fall Sun sets to the west of them, turning the sky almost... (more)
Two ex CSX B40-8 switch the western end of the Deerfield yard in the late afternoon.
Toronto-Halifax Canadian National 120 is passing through St-Rosalie on windy fall morning.
"LIRR Extra at Waste Management"
Long Island Rail Road Extra 5020 West detours down the Lower Montauk passing Waste Management Review Ave on their way to Long Island City Yard. E... (more)
The two GP35CATs, powered by Caterpillar 3516 engines, were the "big power" for the Peoria & Pekin Union Railway back in the day, handling much of the heavy grain and coal interchange with the Iow... (more)
A GP38-2 and its SD38-2 mate work in brilliant sunlight near milepost 48 on the South Shore Line.
An odd visitor to NS's C Line in the form of BNSF SD60M 9297 leads a loaded Wansley coal train, 708 as it strolls through the north side of Carrollton, Georgia in April 2003. (Slide Scan)
Susquehanna SilhouetteAn eastbound intermodal train crosses the Rockville Bridge, silhouetted by the setting mid-summer sun.
A northbound BNSF Mixed Manifest rolls along a quiet Dock Street in Tacoma. The city at this early hour is not quite awake yet, but soon the morning rush will be in full swing.
The Chessie System sticker unit leads a skittles consist under the Hoffman Ave. signal bridge into Pigs Eye Yard.
0-6-0 steamlocomotive E 3/3 # 8518 "Bäretswil" of the Dampfbahn Verein Zürcher Oberland (DVZO) is pulling train 456K from Bauma to Hinwil, between Neuthal and Bäretswil.