An image of days gone by when this was the way to travel. This was taken on a trip with the Austin Steam Train Association on a 4th of July run to Bertram and back. The coach is named Buckeye Trail and is ex Nickel Plate Road but now has Milwaukee Road paint.
What appears like a combine, one of the three remaining VIA blue cars, brought into Winnipeg for maintenence, these cars are in regular service up in Northern Manitoba on a mixed train.
I know I could of cropped out the fence, but it makes the shot more realistic. Took me a couple times to...
The City of New Orleans, led by engine number 66, leaves Memphis Central Station 3 hours behind schedule only to be stopped at the Broadway crossing by a westbound UP train.
CN Memphis Sub
This coach, located at the Gold Coast Railroad Museum in Miama, Florida, served many presidents in the 20th century. Even today it is sometimes used for special excursions (President Obama used it for his pre-inaugural train trip from Philadephia to Washington, D.C. The guy you see on the car...
I had to wait for Amtrak #7s consist to clear the Coach Wye in Seattle. We were running against the current of traffic account an extra Sound Transit commuter with F59PH #908 pushing the consist toward Seattle. The Seattle skyline can be seen in the background.
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