A mixed freight rolls through the platform of the Fredericksburg VRE station as a heavy thunderstorm pours down rain.
Two minutes. That's all I had between one storm that had passed and the clouds covering the sun with another. With a double rainbow and geese heading for the Ohio River LIRC
power takes a break f... (more)
A pair of SBB Cargo (MRCE owned) class 189's head west through Einigen near Spitz with an intermodal train. Threatening skys dominate the backdrop and thunder could already be heard emanating from... (more)
Finally - a definitive answer as to what is at the end of the rainbow, and it isn't a pot of gold. It's a SEPTA AEM-7 running out its final miles before being replaced by the new ACS-64 fleet. Her... (more)
A Union Pacific intermodal rolls downhill in the Sonoran Desert with a growing monsoon storm to the East.
Kayamkulam-Ernakulam passenger powered by Erode WAP-4 22570,pulls in to TUVR amidst torrential rains
Lightning flashes near the Union Pacific Jenks Locomotive Shops as a severe thunderstorm rolls through Little Rock.
The Southwest Chief races across the plains of Southern Colorado as the evening monsoons roar in the fading light of a summer's night and the last of the evening's sunset burns away to darkness.
Squally Conditions! FEC 101 roars through a thundery downpour in a warned storm, typical of the tropical rainy season in Florida.
A westbound CN manifest waits for a new crew in Frankfort siding as storm clouds finally clear up and form a full rainbow.
A colorful northbound Farmrail train is found moving slowly just south of Altus, OK as a violent thunderstorm was brewing in the background. A typical summer afternoon in the midwest!
While a storm rolls east over the plains and the city of Denver, a westbound Union Pacific coal empty climbs the grade out of Leyden, Colorado, on the afternoon of October 29, 1999. The train is l... (more)
The eastbound Southwest Chief races to stay ahead of a fast-moving storm as it approaches Lowe. Is this photo a metaphor for the future of the Southwest Chief under Anderson? You decide.
The monsoons have created large thunderstorms over eastern New Mexico as Santa Fe 5660 west leads the hot 199 intermodal train out of Willard and around the sweeping curve just west of town.