CP train 243 sails over the Grand River Bridge in Cambridge behind CP 8849, CP 8857 and ICE 6423.
Blue and grey off to work.
On the first day of public steam trains on the leg Gletsch-Oberwald, HG 3/4 4 is crossing the bridge over the Rotten (Rhone) river below Gletsch.
Do you remember the overview picture of the Rhine fall ? http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=331434.
Here is the wide angle view from the rock in the middle of the fall, with the doubled... (more)
The second 135 to run today (S135 having already ran in the morning) appears from underneath the Main Street bridge, passing the artificial waterfall in Kent.
While the yellow boat just picked up the last visitors from the rock in the middle of the fall, a train of Thurbo with two articulated lowfloor trainsets from StadlerRail, is crossing the bridge a... (more)
CN 2554 teams up with BCOL 4647 to pull 106's freight
This duo held up a flow of trains, as they ran through their assignment. The clouds parted just in time and I was happy for the storm light. Also I got to talk Rochester rail fan tips with Nick ... (more)
In the last light of day, Empire Service train 283 departs the bustling city of Rochester, passing over the famous High Falls.
The thunderous competition of noise between High Falls and Q164 bellows through the city of Rochester on a beautiful summer evening. Even over the white noise of the Genesee River, a taste of ser... (more)
A trio of SD40-2's from DME, ICE and CITX pose atop High Falls and affront the towering structures of downtown Rochester.
My first trip to high falls in good weather, and with good sunlight.
BNSF Madison Turn leaving Sioux Falls just as the sun peaks over the horizon illuminating the falls of the Big Sioux River.
PORU heads into Lewiston where it will meet RUPO at Fairgrounds.
Built on the banks of the New River, the former C&O South Side Subdivision (correct me if I am wrong) is falling apart and slowly being reclaimed by mother nature.