Scroll down for a list of free to view live railway webcams based in the USA. Simply click the image alongside each description to visit your chosen location.
Features live video freight railroad at Akron, Colorado.
Features live video of the world famous Bailey Yard, the world’s largest railroad classification yard. Owned and operated by the Union Pacific Railroad (UP), Bailey Yard is located in North Platte, Nebraska.
Features live video and audio of the railroad crossing at Bangor, Michigan.
Features live video of Bogota, New Jersey where a rail bridge crosses River Road.
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad
Features live video of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad (C&TS), a narrow gauge heritage railroad. Three cameras are available to view at Chama.
Features live video and audio from Chesterton, Indiana and is located at MP CD 481.2 NS Chicago Line - Dearborn Division.
Features live video and audio from Cresson, Pennsylvania and is located at MP 251.2 on the NS Pittsburgh Line - Pittsburg Division.
Features live video and audio from Fallston, Pennsylvania and is located at MP PLE 27.50 Baltimore Division, Pittsburgh Subdivision.
Features live video from Fort Morgan, Colorado where a mixture of traffic can be seen.
Features live video and audio from Harrisburg Transportation Center. When visiting the site select camera 3 or 4 for the station views.
Features live video and audio from Landgraff, West Virginia and is located on the Norfolk Southern Pocahontas Division.
Features live video from Lawrence, Kansas where you can see BNSF freight trains along with the iconic Amtrak Southwest Chief.
Features live video from Penn St. Reading, Pennsylvania.
Features live video from the roundhouse on the Steamtown site at Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Features live video and audio of trains running along side California State Highway 58 at the Tehachapi Pass. Two cameras are featured at this location.
Features live video of trains on the east end of Donner Pass Rd. in Downtown Truckee.
Union Depot, St Paul
Features live video of trains at Union Depot, St. Paul, Minnesota and provides an excellent view of the Mississippi River. There is also another camera available to view on the site covering Division Street Wye.