Birthplace of the Santa Fe CF7s
Lake State Railway recently took lease of the former Grand Trunk Western Port Huron Track, a 3.9-mile branchline that extends from the former GTW yard in Port Huron to the Dunn Paper mill along th... (more)
On Sunday, July 2, 2017, Amtrak Cascades train #506 derailed just south of Tacoma, WA. F59PHI #467 and a new Series 8 Talgo, the "Mt. Jefferson" were damaged. At the time of this photo, ... (more)
Stranded and abandoned for approximately a year due to a derailment which led to an embargo of the Stanbridge Subdivision in 2013, MMA 8583 (nee LMX 8583) has recently
been cut up for scrap at ... (more)
Your basic un-decorated geep in 1:1 scale. The Rock Island 4506 sees the light of day for cleaning. Here the UP 1848 is being used as the air compressor to blow away remnants of the needle chipp... (more)
Two Tatras meeting at the narrowest place on the line: in the esses just before Hűvösvölgy. This light and mood got me to take out my gear again and take some shots.
Note that pile of new ties. They just didn't repair that section of track before the rail gave way.
Polson Logging Company's #2 at the Smith Lake "reflecting pond". A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay RR.
Railroad: Polson Logging CoLocomotive: Steam 2-8-2Location: Rockaway Beach, Oregon, USALocomotive #: #2Train ID: N/aPhoto Date: May 19, 2018
A BNSF coal train arrives at the large Midwest Energy Resources Corporation dock in Superior as the laker Great Republic loads petroleum coke for Alpena. Across the bay the ore boat Michipicoten a... (more)
Central Maine & Quebec #710 is awaiting in the siding as Job #1 from Maine is approaching Farnham Yard.
The business end of and AEM-7
The "Rhaetian Crocodile" stretches its brown nose out of the 450 metre long Wiesen I tunnel. The bridge over the Brückentobel stream is only 10 metres long and leads directly into the 96... (more)
This is not the way to treat a carload of beer. A split switch just south of the Birmingham station caused quite a pileup over half a century ago..