An on-board camera has shown that the garbage truck that was struck by an Amtrak special on Jan. 31, had entered a grade crossing after the crossing gates had gone down. 182 more words
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Employment on U.S. Class 1 railroads in January fell 2.76 percent compared with January of 2017.
The U.S. Surface Transportation Board said railroads employed 144,329 workers in mid January, which was a decline of 0.75 percent since mid-December. 133 more words
A steam locomotive that sat for years on static display in Ohio at the Pickaway County Fairgrounds in Circleville is getting a new home.
The saddletank 0-6-0 built by Alco-Cooke in 1920 will be moved to the Allentown & Auburn Railroad in Pennsylvania. 155 more words
A Pennsylvania tourist railroad has placed into revenue service a Pennsylvania Railroad look alike locomotive.
The Stourbridge Line debuted during President’s Day weekend a former Canadian Pacific GMD FP7 in a variation of the PRR’s FP7 livery. 102 more words
NTSB Wants Restricted Speed for Trains Passing Through Territory in Which Signal System Has Been Suspended
The National Transportation Safety Board has asked the Federal Railroad Administration to issue an emergency order directing that trains or locomotives move at restricted speed when passing through territory on which the signal system has been suspended and a switch has been reported realigned for a main track. 245 more words