Happy Friday the 13th. It appears that an eastbound local freight out of Williston had some cars derail and sideswipe an eastbound grain empty. Approximately 47 cars derailed. Photo taken minutes ... (more)
Death of a locomotive..... The CP Rail MLW M-636 that was on static display in Farnham for several years has been sold for scrap last spring. The old warrior is being cut up as of this morning.
CN 3070 leads a potash train through nice Fall colors, approaching Petitcodiac, New Brunswick.
One of the first Amfleet I Coach Class cars with the new interior refresh, featuring comfortable e-leather cushion upgrades to the existing seat frames.
The freshly painted "Spirit of the Union Pacific" departs the unveiling ceremony held at Sunset Station in San Antonio and will soon begin Union Pacific's Salute to the Military Tour. The locomoti... (more)
In some late Fall evening light, eastbound train M306 crosses the massive Salmon River Trestle, at New Denmark, New Brunswick. The bridge stands at 3,920 feet in length.
The unveiling of UP 1943 Spirit of the Union Pacific to Support our Troops at the Sunset Station near downtown San Antonio frequently called "Military City USA"
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NS A84 derails after hitting an 18 wheeler no serious injuries to the crew or the driver of the 18 wheeler
The final end is approaching for ex CP Rail M-636 #4723 as the 16-251E engine block is being cut up.
Exercising trackage rights on the VIA Rail Alexandria Subdivision, Canadian National Coteau Jct-Ottawa Turn #589 is crossing the Canadian Pacific Winchester Subdivision at De Beaujeu.
The latest progress done on this restoration project. This engine was last seen in late September as it recently has been relocated for further restoration work.
Looking out of Super Chief / El Capitan’s FP45, Train 18 is meeting westbound Train 23 the “Grand Canyon” behind two F units at Canyoncito, N.M. on March 7, 1968. Ahead for the Super is the cli... (more)
One of the first Amfleet I Business Class cars with the new interior refresh, featuring comfortable e-leather cushion upgrades to the existing seat frames.
An eastbound BNSF double stack splits the left-over carnage from a recent Union Pacific derailment, just out of the west portal of tunnel 1, as it climbs out of Caliente.
CN 2665 leads an X474 eastbound, as they cross the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle in New Denmark, New Brunswick on a cool Fall afternoon.