Three NS GE locomotives help hold back a 200 car loaded coal train as it descends the grade between Princeton, WV and the junction with the former N&W at Oakvale. The 100 foot tall trestle here ca... (more)
KCS 4796 rolls a southbound freight across the Spring River south of Asbury, Missouri.
A southbound CSX loaded coal train bound for South Carolina rolls across the Copper Creek Viaduct at Speers Ferry on a beautiful spring afternoon.
A westbound BNSF grain train crosses Fish Creek Trestle at Rivulet, Montana, on May 15, 2013. This 576-foot trestle is officially known as MRL Bridge 165, and was used in a few key scenes in the S... (more)
Goat Canyon Trestle - West Approach - Built in 1932 to by pass a tunnel that had collapsed in an earthquake (located to the right, out of the frame) the trestle at Goat Canyon in the Carri... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s Paradise Local crosses the Clark Fork at Paradise, Montana, on September 13, 2011. Powering the train today are two EMD GP9s, Nos. 113 and 127, heading eastbound to switch Tric... (more)
Goat Canyon Trestle - Built in 1932 to by pass a tunnel that had collapsed in an earthquake (located to the right, out of the frame) the trestle at Goat Canyon in the Carrizo Gorge is over ... (more)
A flight of 737's are on approach to Seattle as they cross the bridge at Sunset Falls under the care of BNSF on what appears to be a beautiful Fall (DINA) afternoon. Just a few miles west lies gl... (more)
Gone, but not completely forgotten. This disconnected branch off the Pokey Mainline has been out of use for years. Bridge pictured here crosses Tug River into Kentucky, where the infamous Majestic... (more)
7539 at Essex - [2013 Winter Solstice +1 Series] - Number 7539 leads an eastbound train of empty well cars (bare tables) across the wash.
Fenner is the next way point along the line he... (more)
Prince George to Edmonton train M348 crosses the Prairie Creek trestle west of Hinton, a few hours after parts of the Yellowhead County received their first snowfall of the year.
Another Left Coast bound BNSF Z train glides through the Gorge and is seen from one of the many high vantage points along the route.
An eastbound BNSF manifest rolls along the Clark Fork River while on the MRL. Part of the NP's original grade through the area can be seen in the foreground (the line was relocated in the late 195... (more)
During the Last Moments of the Sunset on October 27th, 2013, an Eastbound Coal Train Heads across the Meramec River at Sherman Beach. A nice almost symmetric reflection is seen in the water below.