December 1, 2011 | Comments Off

MBTA organized a tour yesterday, of their locomotive repair shop in Somerville.

Matthew in Boston’s flickr photostream below and NoLuckBoston’s photostream captures their facilities from every angle.

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[via: Universal Hub]

January 27, 2011 | Comments Off


Casualty of today’s snowstorm. Photo by bijan

[via Universal Hub]

June 30, 2010 | Comments Off

DPReview is slowly becoming my favorite railroad photography site. This time they are having a Steam Locomotive-a Biological Experience contest. In this day and age, these fleeting monster might be had to find but loving the submissions so far.
Contest ends in 3 days.


Photo Submitted By: Yuri1111


Photo Submitted By: Digital Daydream

June 21, 2010 | Comments Off


South Station, Boston MA at its peak in 1904. (direct link to full size)
Photo by Dave

via: Universal Hub

May 28, 2010 | Comments Off


Photo by:Bill Dobbs

May 20, 2010 | Comments Off

DPReview latest photography contest has to do with scenes from a railway platform/station. Though the photo submission date has passed you still have 3 days to vote for your favorite photo from among the 100 entries.

April 5, 2010 | Comments Off

Thalys at Gare du Nord station in Paris. (Pictures: Bikram)

Tram Line repairing in Amsterdam (Pictures: Bikram)

March 24, 2010 | Comments Off

Railfan Joe Perry has been chasing trains all over the Southern California deserts. Chasing Steel is his collection of railroad photographs. Each photo set, from the distant scenes to the personal touch of railroads showcase the beauty of these iron and steel monsters.

March 11, 2010 | Comments Off


Commuters take the train during a minibus strike in Kenya.

Photo by Reuters’s Thomas Mukoya via The Big Picture

March 4, 2010 | Comments Off

The O. Winston Link Museum is housing the photographs of Winston Link that focuses on the last days of steam operation on the Norfolk and Western Railroad in the late 1950s.

Link’s place of work was right next to the Long Island Railroad operated tracks. He was always fascinated by steam locomotives and having the LIRR next door rekindled his interest and he started taking pictures. He built his own flash equipment required for his large scale railroad photos which he preferred to shoot at night.

More: His artwork for sale on artnet

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