With daylight beginning to fade, the sun's golden rays light up this eastbound intermodal. In the distance the air is still slightly polluted from the wildfires burning around the area. This train... (more)
The Great Trans-Iranian Railway
The Trans-Iranian spans 1392 km / 865 miles from the Persian Gulf at the port of Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni (known as Bandar Shahpur before the 1979 Ira... (more)
Misty morning in Yacolt. The early morning ground fog and mist are still burning off in the tiny Washington hamlet of Yacolt, as the crew of a Crossett Western saddle-tanker takes their loc... (more)
Winters Last GaspNear the very end of March Southcentral Alaska got hit with its last good snow dump of the winter season. Nearly a foot fell in some places and the fresh afternoon... (more)
The clouds are just starting to break up and allow just a sliver of sunshine to meekly light the scene. 4319 leads 87 cars for the dock at Whittier, it is rather rare to catch a solid manifest on ... (more)
Today it finally worked out where a train was working its way south and I had some time that I could devote to a few pictures. Initially the weather was terrible in Anchorage with snow flurries an... (more)
With the sun setting behind a snow storm, Metrolink's newest locomotive is in the process of being delivered by the BNSF Railway as it makes its way over the Arizona Divide. The new locomotive is ... (more)
Nevada Northern No. 40 races towards Ely, passing over Steptoe Creek.
Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington #9 returns with its train from Top of the Mountain, the current end of track on the WW&F. The locomotive was one of two steamers running on the railroad for a Ma... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway steam engines 2-8-0 #29 and 2-8-2 #4960 at sunset while heading back to Williams, AZ. Photo charter by Lerro Productions.
Steamlocomotive 99 # 7235 of the Harzer Schmalspurbahnen (HSB) with a Tanago photo freight on the Brocken line near Alte Bobbahn grade crossing.
A loaded grain train from Gladstone (South Australia) is about halfway through it's trip to Port Adelaide. Power is CLP8 and CLF6. Both rebuilt in the 1990s from CL Class locomotives.
An eastbound IMRL bullet train is about 8 miles out of Mason City. Not much has run over night, so the line is blown in. Here the 8905 pokes her head out for a brief moment as it blast thru snow d... (more)