This 44 ton switcher was built by General Electric in 1942 for the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. It was sold in 1954 to the Great Western Sugar Company and operated until the plant was cl... (more)
Gray Equipment on a Gray Day
The Anthracite Railway, like its parent Octoraro Railway, used mostly patched or unpatched used equipment on its operations of the former Reading P&C... (more)
Milwaukee Road SD40-2 Nos. 205 and 183, painted in Milwaukee’s last paint scheme, lead a hotshot freight westbound through Duplainville, Wisconsin, on September 28, 1985. It was fall in the midwes... (more)
Cresting the summit of Kicking Horse Pass at Divide, Alberta, is the westbound Royal Canadian Pacific passenger train on September 20, 2002, pulled by FP7 1400, FP9 1401 and GP38-2 3084. GP38-2 30... (more)
Absolutely unique power in front of a long "AKE" (AKE-Eisenbahntouristik, Gerolstein/Germany) TRANS EUROP EXPRESS train at Solothurn West. Re 420 # 342 and Re 620 # 082 "Pfäffikon S... (more)
A RTD commuter train testing on the G Line to Wheat Ridge arrives at Denver Union Station, while in the background, inbound and outbound RTD trains on the A Line to Denver International Airport ne... (more)
There is nothing quite like standing next to a live steam engine as it moves past you. The senses are overloaded with sounds of high pitched whistles, the hiss of escaping steam, the rhythmic thu... (more)
Clean CN power waits for assignments at the yard office in Keenan, MN.
Visiting cousins from upstate New York.
Trackage for GO,VIA and UP(Union Pearson) trains into Toronto Union Station a assortment of switches including double slip's and a helping of dwarfs lighting up the night
"No Contest. Trains Always Win. #BBsafe"
Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western’s “corn train” climbs up the horseshoe curve through Lost Lake National Wildlife Refuge just south (east) of Merida, North Dakota, on August 29, 2018. The empty t... (more)
Canadian National 3813 leads a manifest freight across the diamonds at Blue Island, IL. Blue Island is quite the railroad town with many lines intersecting with each other.