The other end of a "tree tunnel" yields the Harbor Turn with George Lavacot's repainted Black Widow SD9 on the point.
RJ Corman 8569 pops out of a tunnel of trees in Mt.Hope
Through the tunnel of trees, southbound toward Manchester, VT.
Breaking out of the fall shadows.
752 passes through a tunnel of trees while heading for the NS interchange.
Abandoned since 1988 and 20 years later, the QCR removed the rails....
A different view of the Madison Hill, this time in color. For more views, view photo ID: 191033 and 191138.
"Into the Wood"
Who would have thought that the City of Madison, IN would own the steepest standard gauge main track in the country! At 5.89% it's no wonder there hasn't been any activity here in years. For a dif... (more)
Yes, it's really that steep. The Madison Incline is the steepest 'mainline' grade in the US, at just under 6%, it's steeper than Saluda and Raton pass. The grade wasn't on a true mainline, that is... (more)
Weed-covered doesn't begin to describe the state of the Bel-Del's tracks betwen Easton and West Easton. BDRV 1850 is towing THSX 2-8-2 #142 (cold and without main rods) as well as caboose #595 bac... (more)
Running with one ditch light burned out, 1545 plods along through a tunnel of trees.
Although the trees are still green into the first week of Fall, the rails shine red from the headlight of BRW 752.
A "tunnel of trees"...and a tunnel...as seen in this time exposure taken from Amtrak NPCU 90230 on the head end of trian 510, just south of Bellingham.
Dense foliage creates a tree tunnel which nicely frames eastbound Q388.