Shortly after leaving the service stop at Greeley, UP Train PDVCB3 24 is balling the jack on a northbound run ahead of a strengthening thunderstorm. This is an equipment deadhead move from the Ch... (more)
Roadswitcher BNSF Train R PWR4503 23I waits in the clear at Sand Creek on the BNSF Brush Sub. while BNSF Train Z CHIDEN7 22A sneaks past into town under a double rainbow. The Z Train was the firs... (more)
Making a grand entrance and dodging raindrops back into the Denver area is UP Train PDVDV1 23, the Frontier Days Special behind 844, passing BNSF Train R PWR4503 23I, a roadswitcher at Sand Creek.... (more)
FEC 210 pounds through a squally downpour from an ocean storm. Four motors on 210 today.
Rio Grande Gold at the end of the Rainbow. The Rio Grande Heritage unit on the ZNPOA waiting for at Hearst before being allowed through Niles Canyon while I waited for some sun. I'm sure they are ... (more)
Passing through the semaphores at mile 219.8, Burlington Northern train No. 123 heads west escaping some stormy weather on Winston Hill, Montana, on September 10, 1995.
On a late February night in Greensboro, severe storms have developed as 211 gets ready to leave Pomona and pound through the rain towards Linwood and Atlanta.
On the second day of four days of steam operations to the Grand Canyon, GCRY 4960, a 2-8-2, is in charge of hauling the train back and forth to the canyon. On its return trip from the canyon, they... (more)
NS 3435 rests in bay 27 of the famed Juniata Shops. This ex-PRR SD40 has fallen victim to the SD33ECO rebuild program, meaning that nearly everything besides the frame, trucks, and a few other par... (more)
As a severe thunderstorm moves northwest above Kiowa as BNSF Train V KCKSBD1 08A nears the Oklahoma State Line on the BNSF Panhandle Sub.
Locomotives: BNSF 7805, CREX 1334, BNSF 7912
A wig wag protects the grade crossing at the former studios of radio station KLAD in Klamath Falls. The signal survived long enough to be one of the last wig wags on the Shasta Route.
With rain about to send us for cover, VIA Rail train No. 1, the westbound Canadian, makes its station and service stop under stormy skies at Jasper, Alberta, on the afternoon of August 9, 2016.
FEC 101 under a stormy sky on a windy afternoon. After a night of severe weather warnings, the skies are still angry as a large storm system moves out of the area.
Five 35 Class locomotives climb up to Botriver with a load of grain as the rain starts falling
With an afternoon thunderstorm brewing just a few miles to the north, FXE SD70ACes #4063 and #4087 lead southbound CSX loaded ethanol train K447 through the Old Dalton Road grade crossing in Calho... (more)