Category Archives: Prototype Railroads

Interesting Finds on Google Maps — December 2018

If you can add any more information about any of these places, please do so in the comments section at the bottom of the page. Five-Point Turn Around (Carbonia, Province of Carbonia-Iglesias, Italy) Location: 39°10’02.1″N 8°30’40.1″E (39.167250, 8.511139) Via della Stazione16-1909013 Carbonia CIItaly Texas Northwestern Railway Co. Yards (Sunray, Texas) Location: 36°00’09.7″N 101°53’38.8″W (36.002694, -101.894111) Texas… Read More »

Interesting Finds on Google Maps — January 2018

If you can add any more information about any of these places, please do so in the comments section at the bottom of the page. Abandoned Locomotives in the Wilderness (Northwest Piscataquis, ME) Location: 46°19’20.8”N 69°22’30.0”W (46.322444, -69.375000) Eagle Lake and West Branch Locomotives Northwest Piscataquis, ME 46.322737, -69.375014 The Eagle Lake and West Branch Railroad… Read More »

Triple Crossing in Richmond, Virginia

Photo About Triple Crossing Triple Crossing in Richmond, Virginia is believed to be the only place in North America where three Class I railroads cross at different levels at the same spot. At the lowest (ground) level, the original Richmond and York River Railroad was extended after the American Civil War to connect with the… Read More »

Cadiz Southeastern Railway

The Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Steam Locomotive No. 3751 might be making regularly scheduled runs again if Cadiz Inc. is able to get their Cadiz Southeastern Railway up and running. Press Release Cadiz Inc. Announces Agreement to Operate Steam Powered Excusion Train on the Arizona & California Railroad September 19, 2013 Cadiz Southeastern… Read More »

Mexican Railroads in N Scale

Published January 15, 2017 Updated January 19, 2017 Updated January 22, 2017 Updated February 7, 2017 Updated September 20, 2017 I like Mexican railroads. I see a lot of Ferromex locomotives and auto carriers on the local UP lines. I live near the UP’s Sunset Route from Long Beach, CA to Yuma, AZ. There isn’t… Read More »