Four hard working GE motors charge eastward through Crozier Canyon, pass the homestead, as storm light settles in on a late July evening.
Late in the day of July 2, 2016, a southbound BNSF coal train climbs to the top of Logan Hill at Logan, Wyoming, in a stormy Powder River Basin.
FEC 210 hustles through a heavy downpour, caused by a weather system in the gulf. In the past two days we have gone from drought to wet with 2-4" of rain reported.
After being in storms for the better part of the day. Q692 is about to exit the last of a number of severe heavy downpours that followed it northbound up the Clinchfield.
There's few places, if any, outside of the Northeast Corridor where one can stand near a rail yard and be surrounded by several cuts of passenger cars from various heritages. As a fleet of more th... (more)
A thunderstorm moves north across the Denver Metro Area as westbound coal empties for West Elk Mine led by Union Pacific ES44AC No. 7815 climbs the 2-percent grade around Big Ten Curve near Arvada... (more)
As the rain lets up from a fast passing storm, this loaded Sheboygan-bound coal train crawls west on wet rails up the grade under a pair of rainbows.
What at first I believed was a fire in the distance was in reality an approaching sand storm. It was trigered by the strong winds announcing a thunderstorm. It was surreal to be in the middle of t... (more)
Desert storm!In the central Iran desert just before a thunderstom (with rain), the strong winds generate a short but impressive sand storm.
A fast moving weather front through the southwest Virginia area produced high winds and driving rain and resulted in a 20-25 degree temperature drop. Although the worst was over, a light rain cont... (more)
A T-Storm can be seen in the background as CSX Train Q182-21 (running a day early) heads North through Lineville, AL. With BNSF SD70ACe #8509 on the point
A Northbound BN empty hopper train enter the Joint Line at Shawnee Junction under threatening skies at 6:30pm as an empty C&NW train awaits a signal to do the same.
STORM! Gales have whipped up the seas and the rains have started to fall as a Class 153 leads a 150 into Dawlish station. Waves were crashing up over the platform and onto the train.
CREX 1308 gives a shove on a westbound oil train as it passes an eastbound grain empty at Lamphier siding east of Sprague, WA. The BNSF conductor from the grain train may get a little wet before h... (more)
With threatening skies behind, SP 3207 in SPSF colors cuts out the swing helpers at Loma Linda before proceeding Westward.