An BNSF GE ES44AC no. 6400 leads CREX GE ES44AC no. 1416 on this empty coal train at Trilby Road just south of Fort Collins, CO.
Between the 450 m long Wiesen I tunnel and the 969 m long Bärentritt tunnel on the line from Filisur to Davos, there is a gap of only few more then 10 meter, where the passengers have a glimps of ... (more)
Rockin' and rollin' OSRX 8235 and 1210 (not pictured) tag along for a ride as we head north past the south siding switch at Moffat.
Rail, the back bone of the transportation industry. A trio of GP20C-ECO's lug an unusually long 44 car freight train on CP's internal shortline, Kawartha Lakes Railway.
Beneath the iconic rock formations at Sullivan's Curve, BNSF 7758 climbs Cajon Pass with an eastbound empty vehicle train in tow.
Metro North GP40FH-2 4905 (right) and New Jersey Transit PL42AC 4029 (left) await departure from Hoboken at sunset with outbound commuter trains.
An southbound Cheyenne, WY to Big Lift, CO loaded vehicle train races along the Diagonal Highway near Niwot, CO with two ex Santa Fe C40-8W's.
Stacks of welded rail for Denver's new East Rail Line to DIA sit covered in snow as a loaded UP coal train trudges slowly eastward.
Norfolk Southern's "Pennsylvania" Heritage Unit no. 8102 made a trip from Beaumont, Texas to the oil loading facility at Swan Ranch near Cheyenne, Wyoming. After dropping off their train so it can... (more)
While everyone else goes for the standard grain elevator train shot, I decided on something different. Moving at a snails pace, CP T08 rolls through Pontypool on this nice spring day.
Westbound on the Stump-Dodger. Leaving the McEwen Yard behind, a Sumpter Valley Freight, affectionately known as the "Stump-Dodger", heads west toward Prairie City on a frigid February morn... (more)
A foggy day
Alongside Route 62, NS 380 follows the Kanawha River Valley south through Grimms Landing, enroute to Nitro from Hobson with a short freight train in tow.
On a cold, dreary, and downright nasty Sunday morning, 22W races across the arch bridge that survived the flood of 1889 in Johnstown.
The heavier snow from the morning has slowed to flurries as 5417 and 5222 help an eastbound freight up the west side of Sand Patch grade. The massive Salisbury Viaduct in the background once carr... (more)