A visitor wadles through Whippany, inspecting the soon to be restored Rahway Valley 17.
Something that outnumbers the number of NS -9's: Birds.
At the bottom end of Lake Windermere, 0-6-0ST Cumbria hauls a train for Haverthwaite out of Lakeside station.
As two Canadian geese glide in for a landing on the lake, the engineer notches up as his loaded grain train eases across the Long Bridge and out of Sandpoint.
A huge thank you goes out to Chase G... (more)
With the temperature well below zero, the IAIS is operating under a 30 mph cold weather speed restriction, the BICB leaves Iowa City with 718 and a pair of GEVO's. At Homestead, the crew will set ... (more)
The only two living things out in this frigid January morning are Canadian Geese and railfans. With the temperature at seven below and the steam rising off the river, the geese don't seem to mind!... (more)
The first ethanol train of the year has taken hits from both the Christmas & New Years Holidays to reach Florida. The pair of sandhill cranes taking flight at the sight of this train might have f... (more)
The holiday trains will be out in force this coming weekend in New Jersey, with over a half a dozen special trains out roaming the rails. Here's a look at last year's Conrail Santa Train arriving ... (more)
Shore birds become active around sunrise, as passengers head for their morning appointments in Washington.
The Oil Cans crawl into Van Nuys, but still stir up the air enough to scare away a flock of birds. This train is Union Pacific's iconic unit run on the Coast Line, and one of the last regular frei... (more)
An SWT Class 159 on the Teign estuary near Teignmouth.
Loaded RJ Corman aluminum train K562 makes a rare
daylight move south across the Salt River at Shepardsville while some Canadian Geese enjoy a shallow part of the river.
An Eastbound mixed freight heads out of the yard and into a flock of birds.
Three 6E locos leads a 39 wagon train past while 2 ostriches keeps me company.
Since southern New Jersey doesn't have elk like in Tim Stevens' shot, this is the best we can do. The geese were milling about ... (more)