Stuff happens! You've heard the news, here is the visual. CP 8628 was the mid-unit on the westbound, and CP 8874 was the lead unit on the eastbound.
Steam Capital of America! With six locomotives in steam the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park has made geared steam history. Standing infront of each engine are the men and women that made th... (more)
This Fife based UP local ends up T-Boning a Wood chip trailer with their caboose, after the driver's ill advised right turn. A crowd of officials, police officers and bystanders watch as the Con... (more)
An immaculate Class 24 leads an eastbound mixed frieght across the Kaaimans River Bridge.
Eastbound Q411 crosses the Potomac River and is about to enter the tunnel, on a beautiful August day. Note the clarity difference of the Shenandoah River.
It was a matter of 2 or 3 minutes: I had the good luck to get this eastbound MRL train lit by the very first sun light of the day. This kind of picture requires some careful editing though. The br... (more)
Savannah & Atlanta 1065, Norfolk Southern's tenth heritage unit, is posed fresh out of the Progress paint shop in Muncie. Casey Thomason photo, copyright Norfolk Southern Corporation. For more i... (more)
In memory of WMSR conductor Richard Markle, who was called home on January 4th, 2010. The WMSR won't be the same without him. (Thanks to Paolo Roffo for the information and the text.)
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The first three units from the Longmont Turn seen here after the Turn derailed the night before. BNSF 8105 didn't fall completely over, but BNSF 9801 (SD70MAC) and BNSF 143 (GP60M) weren't so luck... (more)
Two Southern Pacific units pose next to each other at Brightside Yard, home of the Niles Canyon Railway and GGRM. This was a night shoot put on by Vic Neves, producer of the popular railroad phot... (more)
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.
Snow, wind and cold. A westbound freight creeps out of the western portal of the Allegheny Tunnel, greeted by snow covered tracks. With the wind whipping, I was surprised I was able to keep the ... (more)
Conrail #4020 charges through the fresh snow with an "Office Car Special". It was tough chasing the train on the snow covered roads !
This train coming from the Oregon Trunk Line was running late and it was a matter of less than a minute before the bridge be cast in shadow
CN 5708 and BCR 4606 haul a CN Stack though the Canyon towards the Pacific Coast.