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Photo ID: 613920

Here's one of the oddest units you'll ever see - a TP70. Built in December of 2015, FDWX 0002 was built on the frame of an HTC truck donated from SD40-2 PSWX (ex-CP) No. 785. Powered by a CAT 9.3 ... (more)

Railroad: Curry Rail Services
Locomotive: TP70
Location: Hanford, California, USA
Locomotive #: FWDX 0002
Train ID: None
Photo Date: December 29, 2016


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By: Alex Gillman

Added: Apr 20, 2017

Views: 5,113
Comments: 2

Favorited: 18

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Photo ID: 613794

”There’s Something You Don’t See Every Day, Chauncey.” “What’s That, Edgar?”

Saturday, April 15, 2017, was a bad day on the San Diego Subdivision. About halfway between Los Angeles... (more)

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: Alstom Cab Car
Location: Commerce, California, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 6953
Train ID: A695316
Photo Date: April 15, 2017


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By: Craig Walker

Added: Apr 19, 2017

Views: 4,240
Comments: 0

Favorited: 8

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Photo ID: 613670

In the spirit of the circus train movement, the conductor of the Southbound light power is dressed as a clown. This light power movement provided a rare opportunity to photograph PAR 2 leading.

Railroad: Pan Am Railways
Locomotive: EMD FP9
Location: Clinton, Massachusetts, USA
Locomotive #: PAR 2
Train ID: Circus Extra
Photo Date: April 17, 2017


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By: Doug Boudrow

Added: Apr 17, 2017

Views: 5,483
Comments: 0

Favorited: 22

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Photo ID: 613532

Rusting in Place

Railroad: Maine Coast
Locomotive: Signal
Location: East of Bowdoinham, Maine, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 26, 2016


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By: George W. Hamlin

Added: Apr 16, 2017

Views: 1,913
Comments: 0

Favorited: 12
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Photo ID: 613191

A JS locomotive illuminates an otherwise pitch black scene as it departs the open pit at Sandaoling with another load of coal destined for the washery. Xinjiang Province, China.

Railroad: China Local Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-8-2
Location: Sandaoling, Xinjiang Province, China
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: February 16, 2017


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By: Welsh Gold

Added: Apr 14, 2017

Views: 2,152
Comments: 5

Favorited: 21


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Photo ID: 613019

This train was kidnapped! Really, with onboard staff and all of your passengers! A really strange story ... that ended sadly, as the picture shows us.

Railroad: TEA - Trenes Especiales Argentinos
Locomotive: EMD G-22 CW
Location: Gobernador Virasoro, Argentina
Locomotive #: 7927
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 17, 2015


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By: Darío Saidman

Added: Apr 12, 2017

Views: 4,417
Comments: 3

Favorited: 11

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Photo ID: 612927

How do you manage to turn a locomotive with 20,32 meter (66,6 feet) axle base including tender, on a turntable with 20 meter (65,6 feet) diameter only? Yes, you remove the tender first and then tu... (more)

Railroad: Verein Pacific
Locomotive: 01 202
Location: Brig, Switzerland
Locomotive #: 01 202
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: April 08, 2017


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By: Georg Trüb

Added: Apr 11, 2017

Views: 2,762
Comments: 8

Favorited: 10

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Photo ID: 612912

Ya Can't Fix Stupid! One of the hazards of street running is coming across people who aren't all that bright and can't seem to see there's a train within feet of their vehicles. Such was the case ... (more)

Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Locomotive: EMD GP38-2
Location: Morrisville, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: NS 5669
Train ID: CSAO YPMO-R1
Photo Date: April 09, 2017


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By: Darryl Rule

Added: Apr 10, 2017

Views: 8,154
Comments: 6

Favorited: 22
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Photo ID: 612779

They were basically an Aircraft Tug/Pusher adapted for railcars. A Roger Puta Photograph

Railroad: Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)
Locomotive: Critter
Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Locomotive #: BO DT1
Train ID: n/a
Photo Date: December, 1980


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By: Marty Bernard

Added: Apr 09, 2017

Views: 5,635
Comments: 1

Favorited: 29
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Photo ID: 612180

GM&O 1900 was built by Ingalls Shipbuilding Co. of Pascagoula, Mississippi, the only locomotive ever built by the company. Designated as a 4-S model B-B 1500hp, spent its life in occasional loc... (more)

Railroad: Gulf, Mobile & Ohio
Locomotive: Ingalls 4-S model
Location: Mobile, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: GMO 1900
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May, 1966


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By: Roger Lalonde

Added: Apr 04, 2017

Views: 7,740
Comments: 9

Favorited: 56


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Photo ID: 612158

Louisville Cement #11 has found it's way back on display at the main parking entrance at the Kentucky Railway Museum. While heavy lifting equipment was on site placing a turntable the opportunity ... (more)

Railroad: Louisville Cement Company
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-0
Location: New Haven, Kentucky, USA
Locomotive #: LOUC 11
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: April 01, 2017


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By: Joe Nugent

Added: Apr 03, 2017

Views: 2,185
Comments: 3

Favorited: 5
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Photo ID: 611965

Parts of three american/canadian built 2-8-2 "Mikado" steamlocomotives of the french railway SNCF, stabled in Winterthur, from left 141 R # 1207 (Montreal Locomotive Works 1946), # 73 (L... (more)

Railroad: Untitled
Locomotive: 141 R
Location: Winterthur, Switzerland
Locomotive #: 141 R 1207, 73, 133
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: April 08, 2006


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By: Georg Trüb

Added: Apr 02, 2017

Views: 4,072
Comments: 2

Favorited: 11

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Photo ID: 611889

What a son tells his mother early on Sunday morning - "Mom, your car is stuck on the railroad track in downtown Duluth." Fortunately her insurance company paid the healthy fee to have it... (more)

Railroad: Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway
Locomotive: EMD SD18
Location: Duluth, Minnesota, USA
Locomotive #: DMIR 193
Train ID: Rescue Extra
Photo Date: January 23, 2017


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By: Dave Schauer

Added: Apr 01, 2017

Views: 11,628
Comments: 5

Favorited: 23
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Photo ID: 611805

"Thomas"

Railroad: Strasburg Rail Road
Locomotive: Steam 0-6-0
Location: Ronks, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: SRC 1
Train ID: Thomas
Photo Date: November 05, 2016


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By: Mitch Goldman

Added: Apr 01, 2017

Views: 1,377
Comments: 5

Favorited: 8
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Photo ID: 611743

With traffic on Union Pacific gridlocked, Talgo shipped its carbodies to Seattle by truck for final assembly. Three of the cars are seen at a truck stop on US 97.

Railroad: Amtrak Cascades
Locomotive: Passenger Car
Location: Worden, Oregon, USA
Locomotive #: TALGO 814-3
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 05, 1998


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By: Wendel Moran

Added: Mar 31, 2017

Views: 2,028
Comments: 0

Favorited: 10

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