At what I believe is only location in the world that you can photograph a train through a natural arch, Union Pacific’s Potash Turn heads north into Bootlegger Canyon on May 12, 2006. This train n... (more)
It's coal train time as BNSF SD70ACe No. 9066 brings up the rear of the Platte River coal load from Antelope Mine, Wyoming as they clear the switch at Platte River Junction after just meeting a no... (more)
The beautiful Hohenzollernplatz station on the U3 line. Like a few other stations in Wilmersdorf (originally a suburb of Berlin, now a part of it) Hohenzollernplatz was designed to show the afflue... (more)
Over the C14 branch ( FC Gral Belgrano Line) several workers check the tracks before train running. Here inside the motorcar going down to the loop @ 30mph
Rain moves over the Front Range Foothills and Mountains as a BNSF sand train patiently sits at the Great Western Industrial Park in Windsor, Colorado on April 25, 2016.
You'll be waiting a long time for this train... the abandoned Gary Union Station is left wide open and pretty much gutted, yet some enterprising soul left a chair in the waiting area.
A couple of pans... (Ba-dump, bump!)
Grand Central Terminal's clock face features the largest piece of Tiffany glass ever created - this is the behind-the-scenes view from the inside, showing the back of the clock face and the inner ... (more)
The northern lights flare over the lovely arches of the old Soo Line High Bridge over the St. Croix River.
Approaching Galesburg on the Ottumwa Subdivision, BNSF SD70ACe No. 8592 shoves hard through Cameron on the rear end of eastbound loaded Consumers Energy coal drag C BTMCXC0 12A. Originating out we... (more)
Magic Time- Be here at exactly 17:15 Monday thru Friday, when 3 outbound CNW scoots race out of O.T.C, and mix it up among staged inbound train sets. The spectacle is an impressive colliding mass ... (more)
611 charges past Ron Clement's 1959 Ford Skyliner Convertible during the Fired Up Photo Charter held by Jim Wrinn of Trains Magazine.
The Coast Starlight makes its way across the Alviso slough lands on a misty and moody morning. The weather ended up making for a rather unusual take on this scenic setting.
Having been used to the noisy machine for many years, the villagers just continue their poker games, and the dog yawns.
After most of the fall colors have vanished, a few remaining berriesoffer a splash of color as Amtrak blasts through the Dupe at track speed.