Conrail JR-2 has a typical matched set of former Erie Lackawanna SD45-2s in the lead (NS 1701 & 1705), with CSXT 2810 along for the ride down to Browns Yard. A heavy, wet snow has fallen througho... (more)
On this chilly Super Bowl Sunday morning, the Tacoma, WA to OMAHA!, NE stack train rolls right on through Longmont along Atwood Street.
Snow is beginning to pick up a little as this empty ballast train led by a Santa Fe Warbonnet SD75M creeps up to the 115th St crossing at Highland, CO. Just around the curve ahead, the train will ... (more)
A late VIA 43 progresses through a winter wonderland scene left by a vicious ice storm a few days prior.
Helpers for the 21Q stay on for the ride from Altoona, coming through CP-PACK. The entire area was blanketed with a heavy, wet snow the night before and turns any landscape into a "winter"scape
Traipsing through a winter wonderland, Paducah and Louisville Railway's Bluegrass State I brings up the markers behind RJ Corman's dinner trainset and classic F-unit locomotives. The consi... (more)
A CN 595 crew member is hard at work clearing switch points after another overnight dumping of snow.
A vicious ice storm swept across most of southern Ontario in December 2013, leaving extreme havoc for everything, including the railroad. In this image, CN 309 crawls through Newtonville as they h... (more)
A northbound empty ore train contrasts with a white landscape on a frosty weekend day as a veteran CN SD40-2W leads a former DM&IR tunnel motor.
A loaded ore train eases through the siding at Highland for a meet after a nice frosting of the trees.
Originating at St.Albans Vt (NECR), CN #323 has just crossed into Canada as it heads north through winter wonderland.
The railcar is called "whale".
L510 crests Byron Hill at County Road F in a winter wonderland.
Coming down the hill, Z CHCSSE1 02A W Heading into Skykomish WA on a frosty morn.
What a great start to the new year. NS Reading Heritage unit 1067 Leads NS 17G running almost 12 hours late. The morning after last night's Noreaster that struck the East coast, She snakes her w... (more)