The Zügen gorge nostalgia train from Davos Platz to Filisur is entering Wiesen station, with "C-C" Ge 6/6 I # 414. The photographer is standing on the 75 meter high old stone arch road b... (more)
The "Rhaetian Crocodile" stretches its brown nose out of the 450 metre long Wiesen I tunnel. The bridge over the Brückentobel stream is only 10 metres long and leads directly into the 96... (more)
A GP40-2R leads the westbound Royal Gorge run under the 1000-feet suspension bridge.
Railcar ABe 4/4 # 501 "Fliegender Rhätier" from 1939 is leaving the 96 meter long Wiesen II tunnel on the edge of the abyss to the Landwasser river.
Completed by 1953 Union Pacific's third main track over Sherman Hill, also known as the 'Harriman Line', traded 10 extra miles for an easier gradient for heavy westbounds on the busy Overland Rout... (more)
Nearly 1,000ft below the Royal Gorge suspension bridge, the Royal Gorge Railroad's excursion train cuts through the canyon floor along the Arkansas River.
A pair of BNSF "Heritage 1" painted C44-9W's lead another Dash 9 on the Provo-Lincoln manifest train down the 2-percent grade in Pinecliffe, Colorado on May 21, 2018.
Westbound Canadian National train No. 403 threads the darkening depths of Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, late in the afternoon of September 24, 2015. GE ES44DC Nos. 2261 and 2312... (more)
The Thunder Rolls! A westbound BNSF manifest screams west thru Tunnel 29, as a rare quick moving morning thunderstorm moves on my position... The front of the train twists into a 10 degree... (more)
Amtrak’s westbound California Zephyr crosses South Boulder east of Pinecliffe, Colorado, on a wintery March 28, 2016. Trailing lead GE P42DC No. 81 is “phase III heritage” P40DC No. 822.
SPB locomotive No.61 'Enzian,' built 1912, rolls slowly down grade towards Breitlauenen from Schynige Platte, with lake Brienz in the background. You can watch a video of this section of the line ... (more)
Eastbound BNSF freight approaches Pulga Ca.