About Rail Renaissance
Rail Renaissance — A just-for-fun attempt at being a railroad tycoon. I’ve always loved railroads. Why? I’m not sure. Some of my earliest memories are of counting the cars on ...
L.B. Foster Tracksure fastening. Image from Railway Gazette, December 23, 2014.
Virgin Train East Coast 82203 under construction using WABTEC Air Brake technology. Image from YouTube, June 21, 2013. Wabtec Corporation and WABCO Vehicle Control Systems are separate, independently owned and operated companies. Both Wabtec (railroad, transit and industrial) and WABCO (vehicle control systems) manufacture and market products using the WABCO name. The companies have roots to...
Newly constructed wagons outside the FreightCar America Barton, Alabama “mile-long” railcar plant. Image from WHNT19 News, December 15, 2014.
Genesee & Wyoming-owned St. Lawrence & Atlantic units congregate at Danville Junction, Maine, in August 2006. Image from Trains.com, April 23, 2010.
American Railcar Industries general service tank cars. Image from americanrailcar.com.
A technician at one of the repair centers owned and operated by The Andersons, Inc. Image from YouTube, August 25, 2015.
KCS F-unit #2 in red/yellow/black Heritage. Image by Shaun Levy. From The Diesel Shop.
GATX Corporation (GATX) #7362 Diesel Locomotive EMD SD40-2, 8 Oct 2010. Photo by James Heinrich. From TrainSpotted.
The Greenbrier Companies Tank Car of the Future. Image from YouTube, April 27, 2016.
A WABCO N-Type coupler (pin and cup style) designed for the Silverliner fleet and later seen on most Budd company MU cars. Image from Sturmovik, CC-BY-SA 3.0. Wabtec Corporation and WABCO Vehicle Control Systems are separate, independently owned and operated companies. Both Wabtec (railroad, transit and industrial) and WABCO (vehicle control systems) manufacture and market products...