C&TS winter photo charter operated by Historic Transportation Preservation, Inc. (Steam Specials)
The entirety of a massive 129-car unit Canpotex potash train can be seen as the train heads south down the scenic Palouse River Canyon at Park. The two DPU's can be seen in the distance.
Trestle Past MP 97 - After rolling through Tunnel #5, the track is now in the Carrizo Gorge and this is the view looking eastward at MP 97.
Goat Canyon trestle is is six (6) track miles ... (more)
Seaboard Air Line No. 3, Passenger, Mail, and Express, is leaving double track D251 territory at Fetner led by E8A 3058 heading into the crossover from Southern Rwy to Seaboard's single track main... (more)
CN 8919 leads an eastbound freight across Prairie Creek trestle at Hinton, Alberta about 9 am on the morning of July 8, 2014. This was the first of three trains to show up in a period of just over... (more)
The Malt Job rolls across the Missouri River bridge at Rainbow Falls on its return trip into Great Falls.
Duchess of Sutherland viewed from the nearby limestone pavement coasting southbound over the 24 arches of Batty Moss viaduct shortly before sunset
Engine 7723 leads a westbound freight along the southern border of Glacier National Park, Montana.
With the temperature lingering in the single digits on the morning of New Year's Eve, a westbound unit coal train flies across the Clark Fork River at Noxon, Montana beneath the formidable Cabinet... (more)
CN train 104, a high priority intermodal/stack train rolls out of Entrance and crosses Prairie Creek trestle on the west side of Hinton, Alberta. The train provides competitive service from Vancou... (more)
A Canadian Pacific grain train heads west under stormy weather during a brief moment of sunshine at Ottertail, British Columbia, on September 23, 2013.
A 70ACe and two SD70M's lead a northbound Z train across Dry Canyon Viaduct, located just north of Hotlum siding. This rugged stretch of mountain railroad through the lava beds below Mount Shasta ... (more)
Several minutes after the sun had set, the sky was still alive with color above Lake Pend Oreille as a westbound manifest rolled across the famous bridge over the lake.
An eastbound BNSF Q train passes over a beautiful waterfall east of Skykomish, WA just after passing over the Foss River Trestle.
The waters of the Feather River sit as smooth as glass as an eastbound BNSF baretable train rumbles across the Rock Creek Trestle on a brisk and cloudy day in Northern California.