Featured here, BNSF #6682 dashes through a winter wonderland knocking down a semaphore signal as it leads a Geometry train out of Chapelle, NM. Having originated in El Paso, TX this train is ultim... (more)
Snow is falling as Milwaukee Road 261 prepares to depart St. Paul Union Depot.
Milwaukee 261 steams on the grounds of the St. Paul Union Depot during its annual "North Pole Express" runs.
Just a few short hours into the Nor'easter snowstorm that is forecast to dump up to 2 feet of snow over portions of New England, New England Central train 600-29 is seen passing the north end of t... (more)
The end of an era... On July 30, Norfolk Southern ran its last train across the NS Princeton-Deepwater District from Alloy Yard in Deepwater, W.Va., south to Elmore Yard in Mullens, W.Va. H... (more)
Baby It's Cold OutsideNorthern Indiana Commuter Transportation District train #14 kicks up snow as the six car train approaches the railroad's 11th Street station in Michigan City, ... (more)
If steam locomotive #3716 didn't catch your eye before, she sure will now. With Christmas lights decorated over the locomotive, she makes a brief stop at Canyon View Siding (long enough I could sn... (more)
The Blue Hour has arrived as it begins to snow once again and the temperature continues to drop. Seen here, BNSF ET44C4 No. 3997 leads the daily hot Alliance, Texas to Portland, Oregon Q-Train out... (more)
Union Pacific ES44AC No. 7369 leads two more GE's on coal empties from the Drake Plant in Colorado Springs, Colorado back to North Antelope Mine, Wyoming as the train breaks the silence in the sma... (more)
Valley Railroad ALCo 2-8-2 is pulling forward to dump ash and the fireboy is going for the next switch. While this work was common years ago, it has vanished for the most part throughout the world... (more)
Conductor Tim guides the locomotives back to couple on to the cut of cars just pulled from the Anchor Hocking glass plant siding. The IORY Anchor Shuttle will then run 3 miles back to the box plan... (more)
During the blue hour on the eve of December 26, 2007, two BNSF helper sets sit and a spreader train sit quietly in the falling snow at Essex, Montana. Snow has pretty much buried Essex yard!
In the dead of night an eastbound stack train waits on the bridge for a westbound freight to clear the main into Harrisburg.
The very first locomotive painted in CMQ's attractive blue and grey livery is seen here idling at South Lagrange after the crew ran short on time.
Norfolk Southern Unit Grain Empties passes ther former Rock Island Depot in Downtown Peoria with a train bound for Des Moines, Iowa.