Twenty locomotives with 55,950 hp on the one train!
A 100-car #790 eastbound coal heads out of Belden behind 3099 3033 3056 3014 3026 3020 3111. Assisting on the way up to Tennessee Pass were ... (more)
Usually rolling at night, a late running CN 369 crosses the St-Ursule Falls on a cold & crisp winter morning
Two high speed trains meet each other at the fabulous relative speed of 600 km/h (372 mph). This is just routine: each day, hundreds or probably thousands of such non-events occur on the French TG... (more)
CP Rails Holiday Train drifts past a crowd of admirers at picturesque Westport on the D&H. Falling snow completes this holiday scene shot at 20:15.
Amtrak splits one of the endangered pairs of blades on a chilly evening.
Series 500 "NOZOMI" running under very hard rain. It runs at about 160MPH so making a great splash.
Due to a passing cold front off of the coast of California, the cloudy conditions add a bit of drama to this image. This is a westbound stack train, heading for the Port of Long Beach, California.
The morning sun sets the Kalamazoo River on fire as Amtrak's Pere Marquette heads to Chicago on a crisp fall morning.
The sunset is just about 30 minutes away as I make my way down Cold Spring Hill toward Marshfield Station after a long day on the mountain. The fading fall foliage is warmed by the golden light w... (more)
The California Zephyr shines in the last sunlight of the day, highballing eastbound thru fall color in a Rocky Mountain valley.
The sun popped out for all of ten minutes that day.
It's often tough to get good pix while on a family vacation, but the Izaak Walton Inn perhaps offers an exception. Here between Red Bus tours and lake boat rides I found time for a morning trip o... (more)
The westbound California Zephyr is running somewhat late at Floy, Utah, but the passengers are enjoying a spectacular sunset over Utah's desert country.
An Alaska work train crosses Riley Creek Trestle just inside the boundaries of Denali National Park. Fall comes early in Alaska and the fall colors are at their peak around Denali.