Black-and-white drawing of a toy train. A train engine, or locomotive, is a self-propelled vehicle that runs on rails and is used to move railroad cars. Early steam engines were powered by coal.
This railroad track in southern California looks as though it is disappearing into the distance. The steel rails border wooden tracks which lie on an embankment of gravel lower than the surrounding ground.
This attractive red and yellow steam train runs on the Durango and Silverton line in Colorado. Two engineers in uniforms stand on the back of the caboose, creating a classic scene as the passenger train travels toward a pine tree-covered mountain.
This transportation guide provides an overview of the industry and helpful links to auto body shops, heavy duty trucking, passenger railroads, and more.
This railroad cars directory comprises information about railroad cars manufacturers throughout the United States. The box car image on this page depicts a box car in a railroad freight yard. Each directory listing includes contact information and a website link.
This railroad directory page comprises information about railroads in Chicago, Illinois. Each Chicago railroad listing includes a website link and a phone number.
This railroad directory page comprises information about railroads in Kansas City, Kansas. Each Kansas City railroad listing includes a website link and a phone number.
This railroad directory page comprises information about railroads in Houston, Texas. Each Houston railroad listing includes a website link and a phone number.
Passenger train at a railroad station