On The Night Shift. The station agent at Ashland assumes the iconic pose preparing to hand up orders to a passing train. A night scene from the 2010 White Mountains Railfest. L... (more)
The great British Breakfast together with a view onto the approaches to Cardiff Central Station. Black 5s 45407 and 44871 arrive with the Heart of Wales tour on route to the Central Wales line and... (more)
Three DL RS-3's plus CN No. 3254 are powering the 2010 NRHS roundtrip excursion from Scranton to the Gap. The train is seen from the window of the last remaining wooden DL&W tower. Last used in 19... (more)
Viewed from the window of restored (and relocated) AC Tower at Marion. I moved the lantern and forked order stick to add some "texture" to the shot.
The Wisconsin & Southern steps out on the bridge over Lake Wisconsin as seen from the pilot house of the auto ferry Colsac II, which is readying for its season.
My favorite railfanning companion gets an eyeful of the 490 as it sets out a bad order car in Sedan.
St. Charles agent Jerry Head (a.k.a. "Jar Head") watches as a mine run ties up on the house track. This agency has been closed for many years now---its functions consumed in the rolling tide of te... (more)
The view from the Bridgeview Bed & Breakfast is perfect for any railfan! A 41" exposure showing a westbound intermodal crossing the Rockville Bridge from a comfortable chair.
Engineer Roger B. waits for traffic ahead to clear so he can put 504 to bed for the night. As seen through the East Union station bay window during night running at Museum Showcase Weekend 2009.
NKP 765 waits for a meet at the station, while the operator gets the orders ready.
Note Santa Fe herald on column at right
In the Monticello depot a preserved interlocking machine is dark and the telegraph sounder is quiet as the museum passenger train loads in the rain for the trip back.
BN-1 peaks its face through the window of the Diner at the IRM.
The operator is outside unlocking the turntable. Shortly he will be in to twist the handle and line up 1225. He will have to use his lantern to signal the crew this dark night. (Actually just anot... (more)
WK&S 65, as seen through their wooden Reading caboose. The charm of this tiny tourist line is undeniable, and best experienced in person.