...is going to be lit!
Somehow this keeps happening
Five big GEs pulling a fast JB Hunt stack train southbound at Edmonds, WA. First unit is an ES44DC.
what you see here is an unusual view of the worlds largest train station (by floor area) shot by yours truly.
More train stuff.
Made a trip out to Steamtown. Some photos from walking around the yard.
Or watch it even if you don’t like trains, it’s beautiful
Sources say the next American high speed rail lines will serve the following routes:
This strange looking beast.
It has been revealed to us in recent years that the diesel engine is the fount of all evil. Global warming, Brexit, the end of life as we know it - they’re all the fault of compression ignition.
Ballarat train station
Down on the train tracks 😀
Time to spare a thought for an Australian train driver who is remaining anonymous. He (or she, we don’t know) stepped down from the cab to investigate something that didn’t seem quite right. All well and good and nothing out of the ordinary until physics and specifically gravity intervened. A massive object like the…
The Atlantic has a very cool gallery of Jack Delano’s photos of Chicago’s railyards taken in the early 1940s:
Almost three months to the day after being closed by flooding, and five weeks after work to restore the line was halted by several rail cars crashing into the Station Square T Platform, the entire Library Blue Line has reopened. Crews replaced tracks washed out by flooding, as well as repairing several stops and…
Power to weight ratio.