Icicles linger into the morning before the sun reaches them as SRC 31 runs light to the station.
The D795 illuminates icicles inside the Jack's Mountain Tunnel. This shot required a 20 minute walk through the woods.
The irony is that about the only thing moving at normal speed is the railraod after a spring storm with a 1/2 inch of ice brought Southern Ontario to a halt last night
This ice formed during the trip back from Council Bluffs on Saturday night during a freezing rain storm. L569 is in the background, on the main, ready to depart for Marcus.
As the sun disappears on the horizon, VTR 311 charges through the rock cut in Cavendish Gulf at a blazing 10mph. Don't let appearances fool you, when I sank into the snow next to the track it was ... (more)
SD40-2 rolls downgrade on a cold February morning as giant icicles cling to the side of a large rock cut.
Coal loads from Ohio Valley Coal's Powhatan #6 mine are seen here headed to a transloading facility on the Ohio River as they pass through one of the cuts on the scenic Captina Secondary.
Green Mountain 305 enters a ice filled rock cut in the Cavendish Gulf as a light snow begins to fall.
A pair of icy crossing gates stand proudly next to the rails they guard.
For three days in a row, the Ski Train's run was cancelled due to operational delays from snow issues on the U.P. Moffat subdivision.
Just back into Stratford after plow duty on a cold snowy Ontario January day.
Winter's first blast of arctic air with overnight temperatures dropping into the single digits left this GP15 at Rochelle with a very icy walkway as seen in this 10mm shot from ‘snow’ level.
A close-up nose shots reveals the unique window used to keep a clear line of sight for crew members as well as some ice and snow from Mother Nature
Icicles cover the hood of the locomotive as it basks in the afternoon sun displaying a note about "self start".