The special trams services decorated with outdoor LED strips, garlands, and nets, totaling more than 5 kilometers in length and featuring over 140,000 energy-efficient LED lights, operate for the ... (more)
Track 303. In the "mud boot" days, it was an arduous trip down to photograph construction progress, but today you can ride a train here. The state of affairs of what is now Track ... (more)
These Roadrailer trains are pretty cool. Here 256 pulls into the siding at Tolono to meet 2 west on the NS Lafayette District. Amazing how long this service has hung on. Guessing the equipment agi... (more)
The railway station in McAdam, New Brunswick, is all lit up for another Christmas season. This is probably the best that it's been done up in the last 4 or 5 years. Looks amazing in person.
During a golden sunrise, train 120 rumbles through a beautiful Folly Lake, Nova Scotia.
A Cleveland-Cliffs (SW8?) is seen pulling a pair of ladle transfer cars at the Riverdale plant.
Rails of two tales! Stamped with their production info, two side by side rails on the mainline where rolled and produce by two different companies and two different years. The 141 LB rail signif... (more)
Something is coming. A train because the signal indicates so and winter because of the snow falling.
Canaan Reborn. At the junction of what was the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad and the Central of New England is the Canaan Union Depot. "Union" because the CNE was a se... (more)
Fairbanks-Morse H12-44. From a google search. This locomotive was purchased by the Southern Pacific. Not sure why it has yellow UP paint. Corrections, additions are welcome.
The red signal indicates that there is nothing coming north from Two Harbors for a while, but all eyes were on the sky on this night.
The headlights of M653 approach, casting light on the C&O relics at the west end of Pauley Wagner on the Big Sandy Subdivision.
The Oldest Original Railroad Passenger Car In North America. This car, built in 1834-1836, was constructed of wood, with an iron frame and leather straps. Originally, it was pulled by horse... (more)
The McClure Mine run scoots down the Clinchfield in the middle of the night, exiting the mountain and passing the classic Clinchfield signal at Haysi
Gone But Not Far. Recently, the former 1939-1940 World's Fair Railroad Exhibit lights were removed from the Norfolk Southern Altoona, Pennsylvania Yard. The 100 foot tall lights were brough... (more)