CNR 308 with 8825, 5381 and 2552 enters Gordon Yard while a railfan with a birds eye view gives it a roll by inspection. Well, not really. He flew off after this shot.
Some morning doves are spooked off the tracks as N914 pulls out of Wyoming yard with loads of eastern coal for Consumer's Port Sheldon plant.
Canadian Geese take their morning swim as CN coal train 772 crosses the Jack Knife lift bridge bound for Thunder Bay Terminals Ltd (TBTL), shortly after sunrise.
Looking like a scene from a Hitchcock movie, Maine Eastern's evening train crosses Sheepscot Bay on it's way back to Brunswick.
A chain-saw sculptor took advantage of the city works department cutting down a diseased elm providing this unique counterpoint to the goings-on at the Orr Road crossing. Railserve employees prote... (more)
A swan sits on her nest as metre gauge 0-6-2T No 3714 heads a Noyelles to Cayeaux Brighton train along the embankment towards St-Valery on the Baie de Somme Railway.
A year and one month later I was given the opportunity to shoot Gerdau Ameristeel's SW1200 once again, this time in the dead line with an ex-Raritan River Steel crane instead of Railroad: Gerdau AmeristeelLocomotive: EMD SW1200Location: Perth Amboy, New Jersey, USALocomotive #: GAXX L212Train ID: SwitcherPhoto Date: June 09, 2008
Spring brings white geese back to Quebec. The approaching train will soon set the geese in flight.
Eastbound 20W crosses the Huron River as it raises a couple of Canadian Snow Geese from their roost.
The 261 crew meet with the movie production crew on the day's plan. The ducks were just there for the free food.
Everybody look right! A couple of very tame ducks hang around the Amtrak employees feeding them. They were nice enough to pose for a few photos.
Stay away from my eggs! A killdeer protects her eggs as LS&I 2-8-0 33 simmers in the background.
Amtrak Regional 171 glides along the Connecticut Coast as a swan enjoys the morning sun.
A quartet of Canada Geese seem unimpressed as a Metrolink Tram crosses the River Irwell at Warth, Radcliffe, on its way to Altrincham.
BRW 752 'gooses' it across the Raritan River as the last of the approx. 100 geese fly off after being startled by the horn.