Here are railroad pictures that don’t fit into any of the major categories.
Here are some early Amtrak pictures when the GG-1’s were still running.
A 1978 trip to New Orleans on the Southern Crescent, before Southern joined Amtrak, netted some great pictures, both on and off the train.
Even though the PRR ceased to exist long before I started photographing trains, here are a few pictures of K-4 1361, the steam locomotive that was rescued from static display at Horseshoe Curve and restored to operation.
After Chessie fully absorbed the Western Maryland, they sold the York Secondary trackage to a new shortline called YorkRail. YorkRail themselves has now become a part of the regional railroad Genessee and Wyoming and the locomotives are gradually being repainted into G&W orange.
For many years the East Broad Top Railroad has held Winter Spectaculars. In 1978 it was snowing and the photography, although more difficult, was gorgeous.