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Above: SLR RM-1 #804 near Bromptonville, QC, 2012-03-22. (Click to enlarge)

Welcome to Trainiax! In this site you'll find drawings, photos and recordings of trains—one of the world's most fascinating modes of transportation. All Aboard!


I make regular updates to the site with new photos and drawings. Check the What's New section for site updates!

About the Author

My name is Michael Eby, and I have been a lifelong railfan. You'll find more about me in the Contact section. Any questions or comments, or reported problems with the site, are very much appreciated.

About the Site

Trainiax has been online since 2000—hosted on Bravenet since 2005 and on various servers before that. Right from the beginning, it has incorporated a little bit of everything: train drawings, photos, sound recordings and information. Over the years it has grown from a very modest collection of images on pages with plain text to an archive of thousands of images spread over dozens of pages (which, given the breadth of the site, I'm not always very good at keeping up-to-date). It received gradual updates in presentation and layout until being redesigned in 2010 to the current CSS- and PHP-based version. While I started off using WYSIWYG editors, I now write all the code manually.

The site name "Trainiax" arose out of a need for something more original than "Michael Eby's Train Homepage". It's derived from the plural of "trainiac", which is an expression I've sometimes used to describe railfans (such as myself).

Trainiax has been designed to conform with the following standards

Site Information Pages

Website Building...
How I created this site

The drawings...
How the drawings evolved from simple beginnings

What I use for photographing, recording and keeping track of the trains I see

 Copyright © Michael Eby - Last updated 2019-01-14