BRW 752 'gooses' it across the Raritan River as the last of the approx. 100 geese fly off after being startled by the horn.
DRGW 315 rounding the curve at the little lake at Rockwood.
After spending 20 minutes cornering these fellas so that they would be in my shot, it finally paid off.
As 111 rolls north over the Potomac River, some geese enjoy the river while others are in flight. Meanwhile, some gents in a boat wait for Bubba to bite.
A flock of geese take a morning swim in the local pond as MBUVP, already running at a good clip, heads through Knapp. Tracks good for 49 mph here.
Pigeons fly as the early morning quiet is interrupted by NS 234
A small bird has alighted atop a Union Switch and Signal tri-light signal, apparently not for the first time either. Unlike the photographer, the bird seemed disinterested in the constant shufflin... (more)
Accelerating out of Missoula, with the old Northern Pacific depot in the background, this westbound manifest scares a quartet of big birds
This Former SOO SW-1200 works this large elevator on the shores of Lake Superior.3 SW-1 are also on hand,but rarely used.Note all the geese on hand getting a free meal.
UP 5961-led coal train kicks up freshly fallen snow on a frigidly cold, but rare clear-sky winter afternoon in mid-Michigan. I'm not sure of the fate of the dove, but it appears to be completely ... (more)
Pigeons take flight at the arrival of the Southwest Chief. The GM&O "Patron Tequila Express" private car and 4 BNSF business cars were tacked on the end.
As usual the horn of the GP9 scares the geese and ducks floating on the Raritan River.
The bird that stopped all the trains at the central rail station of Glasgow. After 5΄it was removed by the stations security and the traffik was settled.
CP 8612 waiting to re-crew near the Regina golf course. I must have been near this ducks little one's as he circled around me about 8 times.