NOVEMBER 2018: Timonthy Tonge takes us on a tour of Colorado’s Joint Line, where Union Pacific and BNSF Railway share busy main lines in the shadow of the Front Range. Gordon Lloyd traces the extensive second careers of Southern Pacific F-units all the way to the present day, while historian Jim Rowland wraps up his two-part feature on General Electric’s Alco rebuilds at Hornell, and Nick Benson shares the story of the unique Griswold crossing signals. All this and more in the November issue of Railfan & Railroad!

Remembering Photographer John Gruber

Remembering Photographer John Gruber

Photographer John Gruber passed away on October 9 following a brief illness at age 82. Founder of the Center for Railroad Photography & Art, his own innovative style inspired a generation of railroad photographers.


Remembering the Dutchman’s Curve Wreck

Remembering the Dutchman’s Curve Wreck

On July 9, 1918, the deadliest train wreck in American history occurred just west of Nashville, Tenn., when two passenger trains collided head-on, claiming more than 100 lives.


Afternoon on the Finger Lakes Railway

Afternoon on the Finger Lakes Railway

With good scenery and a rich New York Central history, a chase of train GS-2 is a perfect way to spend a Sunday on the Finger Lakes Railway.


The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum prepares for Expansion

The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum prepares for Expansion

The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum recently unveiled its “On the Track for the Future” capital campaign which will result in a significant expansion of the museum grounds and exhibit space.


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