Locomotive Gem 4/4 # 801 and snow blower Xrot mt # 95403 in snow fighting service on Ospizio Bernina.
The snow fighting crew from Pontresina is clearing track 3 of Alp Grüm station on 06.48 AM with the snow blower Xrot mt 95403 and dual power locomotive Gem 4/4 # 801.
Providence & Worcester operated a plow extra move on Sunday, February 15, making the trip from Worcester, Massachusetts to Willimantic, Connecticut on the railroad's Willimantic Branch (from Plain... (more)
On February 10, Pan Am Southern Railway dispatched a pair of plow extras out of East Deerfield Yard in Massachusetts. The mainline plow extra with the pair of Boston & Maine double track plows we... (more)
On a windy morning, AMTK #694/68 heads south towards Rouses Point, NY blasting off the snow on the CN Rouses Point Subdivision.
On a wintry afternoon, Canadian National #323 bears down on a railroad crossing in St-Jean, blasting the snow bank left by the road plow earlier.
Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds. At least, not during the big blizzard of 2014! Built in 1978, AMTK ... (more)
The Troy grove Sub needed the tracks to be plowed from Drifts and plow lines Due a Blizzard that dumped 14 inches of snow on 02/01/2015. They cleared the line with just the power before they could... (more)
A northbound Acela Express brews a mean storm in its wake as it barrels through Croydon, PA.
Wasatch Mountain Railway employees David Spendlove and Craig Drury appear to be in good spirits as they battle snowy conditions in Provo Canyon on a chartered special, Nov. 12, 1978.
UPY 715 rip's through the plowed crossing at Mcgirr Rd. Shabbona, IL on the Troy Grove Sub. 2-3-15
Blasting through a drift, throwing the snow upwards and sidewards.
An ex-Conrail SD60I charges east on the point of the daily Q380 as Winter Storm Linus slams the region.
Viewing the forecast for the heavy overnight snow and blizzard conditions, I opted to head out to try and capture a shot that I've done a hundred times in daylight, but never at night. With steady... (more)