BNSF manifest train along Bellingham Bay. Luckily, the folks along the right of way saw the train and got off the tracks before they were run over.
Local is returning to yards; woman motorist seems oblivious to horn blowing
Read the sign STUPID!
A telephoto exaggerates the distance between the car and this MMID train at the cement plant. When finished switching, this train will rumble down Farquhar Street on its way back to the yard.
a yard crew has just turned a mile-long trainload of military equipment on the wye in Columbus, which resulted in the complete blocking of all major roads in downtown Columbus!
It's a good thing I shouted at this stupid commuter to stop crossing (even though the gates were down and the bells dinging), otherwise he might have had his first and last encounter with a GE sno... (more)
No bonus points for this guy as he blows around the crossing gates. Luckily NS 391 was coming into Forrest Yard slowly.
This NOPB train has stopped near the French Quarter. Folks couldn't wait for the train to clear so they began to climb over. Good thing to teach the kids. A huge crowd in the distance can be seen ... (more)
The aftermath of crossing the tracks where there no crossing and almost on a curve. No injuries just a totalled truck and six plus hours of the main line between Yermo Ca. and Salt Lake tied up. ... (more)
Look at the face of the passenger in the truck. Also notice that the truck has a handicap parking permit on the mirror. He passed 4 cars waiting at the crossing and I would guess he was doing at l... (more)
Not willing to wait for the trolley to continue on, the driver of this truck has gotten himself in a bind and backed up traffic at this intersection.
Truck driver ignores signs and attempts to cross on Hwy 92. Dolly hung in guage. A65 sits in the siding just east of the crossing.
Train vs. F150 - 17 year old driver walked away.
Even though the train is only moving about 15 mph, this van ignores the warnings with only about 15-20 feet to spare.
These things just seem to happen to me as I prepare for a shot. Apparently this gentleman feels safe enough to walk around the gate and ignore the approaching train. I'd hate to trip at this point... (more)