There are many great railroad sites on the internet. Here are a few of the sites that I have visited. Clicking on a link will open a new window so you will still have access to this site. Be sure you have book marked my home page so you can visit here again.
Trainorders Discussion The discussion site is one of the busiest railfan sites on the internet. The Trainorders site also has the amazing Dunsmuir and Sandpatch railcams.
Here are more links to other sites I visit.
ATSF, BN, and BNSF information and pictures at QStation. The site is currently under reconstruction.
Cajon Pass in Southern California has photos from a Swiss perspective. Most photos are from the last five years, but one series go back to 1977 & 78.
Jim Burrill's Colorado Rails has photos and stories
Desert Rails photos of various Arizona railroads
Fox Publication of Arvada, CO railroad photography books
SideTrack Jim's Junction on-line magazine about Powder River Basin
Kevin Stevens' photos and information about my favorite piece of railroad - Tehachapi.
Mountain West Rail photos from the Rocky Mountains
Pacific Northwest guide to Portland, Oregon area
RailServe is a guide to 17,000 rail-related websites including train travel, model railroading, railfan resources, train simulators, and railroad industry sites.
Rio Grande Memories A collection of excellent photographs of the Rio Grande are located on Benny Ronnhager's website in Sweden. Click on Prototype and then click on one of the photographers on the next page to view the pictures. Benny is modeling the D&RGW in HO gauge.
Trained Eye Northwest pictures from the Pacific Northwest by Kristopher Johnson
Rocky Mountain Railroad Club
Semaphores - location of the remaining semaphore signals operating in North America
Southwest Shorts featuring shortline railroad photos and stories by Wes Carr
Texas Northern Model Railroad Club located in Mesquite, Texas.
Union Pacific Historical Society
If you have a website and
would like to exchange links email
john underscore carr at wycliffe dot org
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