Yes, the Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway ceased operation way back in 1933. Everybody knows that.
But what not everyone knows, a little bit of it survived. As a child and as an adult... (more)
The heat haze causes a lovely distortion of this stack train as it heads west through Winslow
On the second night of Norfolk Southern's ownership of Tuckhannock Viaduct, the Nicholson, Pennsylvania, town lights illuminate the 100-year old concrete arch bridge. The time-exposure was taken ... (more)
Tram traffic passing on Liberty bridge.
Lines 47 & 49 operates the old Ganz CSMG-2 type sets since the '70s.
Heart of an EMD GP7! On a cold night, the sixteen-cylinder diesel engine of 1500 HP (Model EMD 567B) shines in the old ex-B&M 470 EMD GP7R.
On a cold night, the 4-cycle engine of 1000 HP (Model 251D 6L) shines in the old ex-CP MLW RS-23. Thanks to Martin L. to let be this possible.
On a frosty night, the V-12 engine (Model 251B) and the cab interior are illuminated in the old ex-CP MLW RS-18. I love particularly the classy silver trucks on that one! 3:45 minutes of exposure.... (more)
On a cold night, the 4-cycle engine (Model 251D 6L) shines in the old ex-CP MLW RS-23. Thanks to Martin L. to let be this possible.
Engine 8154 leads a westbound freight over the Crystal Creek trestle near West Glacier, Montana.
I recently purchased a new remote for my camera, and I've always wanted to try this. Inspired by Anthony Dickson's photos he posted from 2012, I targeted one of the GMD1's in Southern Railway of B... (more)
ACWR 6925 has been pulled from the moth balls and moved to the Candor shop in preparation for returning to service. See more of my work at www.vidivides.com or www.railpictures.net/adickson87 .
Behind closed doors!
What you see here is a "sneak peek" of Black River and Western's 2-8-0 backdated to her former glory days at the Great Western for an upcoming Lerro Production... (more)
A look inside one of CSXT's newest AHs, the 3066. Taken with permission using the light painting technique.
ACWR 6907 shivers through the night waiting for a crew.