Back in 2009, in southwestern Minnesota, the Wells day job works west on the Jackson Sub trying to open the line back up to the west end of the line at Jackson. Here 948 hammers along at 40 mph wi... (more)
Missabe 316 showers 36th Avenue East with fresh snow as it rolls north to pick up a train of stored coal cars. This former DM&IR concrete bridge is slated for replacement this spring.
Canadian Pacific manifest #252 heads south as it approaches Rouses Point NY on cold and windy afternoon.
Smash in the snow! In the snowstorm, CN 327 punch snowdrift across Centrale Street crossing in the small town of Saint-Stanislas-de-Kostka.
As the CN 326 is about to cross the Centrale Street crossing, at Saint-Stanislas-de-Kostka, the leader punch the snowdrift on the tracks.
Train VS winter wrath! In the snowstorm, CN 327 try to plow away all the snow accumulated on the tracks.
CN 2322 lead CN 308 in the snow.
During one of the many snow storms to hit New Jersey in 2014, an eastbound NS intermodal train was one of the first to use track 2 after it had been out of service for several hours during the sto... (more)
Locomotives get serviced at Union Pacific’s North Yard in Denver, Colorado, on a snowy April 15, 2013. EMD GP40-2 No. 1411 is a former Southern Pacific locomotive frequently used on area locals, w... (more)
Snowy conditions this morning with Amtrak Adirondack coming up to speed as it hits a snowbank deposited by the road plow.
The "Work Plow 2303" train clears the line to Goderich during the first winter since 2001 that's required the use of plows in Ontario on GEXR and OSR.
NS 9660 has Angels guiding it's path today as it clears the snow from the crossing in CP Blandon, one can only look at how amazing the snow forms what looks like 2 angels riding the front pilot!
3051 blast through the snow tonight as it takes the Reading turn, R&N QARG southward towards Reading, Pa
A pair of units plow along the North Shore Scenic Railroad as they head northeast to pick up the third and final empty coal train that was stored on the NSSR this past January/Feb.