SEED pushes a blast of cold air out of the 4.74 mile long Hoosac Tunnel creating a fog effect as it meets the hot, humid air outside. HLCX 6400 leads today's train east which is one of several lea... (more)
An unidentified SY 2-8-2 leaves the coal loader for the days work, mostlikely moving coal or granite from the opencast mine.
UP 9551 makes it's way through a very dense fog across the old Chippewa River Bridge.
The unmistakable profile of an SD70M-2 as it prepares to enter Gallitzin tunnel during a heavy snowstorm.
New York finally got some snow this year. It was great being in the middle of all this action; a train every 30 seconds!
Sunrise near the Jim Beam Distillery Kentucky.
NR37's headlight cuts the gloom as it leads sister unit NR15 upgrade into the sleepy hamlet of Exeter, in the New South Wales southern highlands. The wooden-arm semaphores at this location were re... (more)
Amtrak's Pere Marquette speeds through the morning fog in rural west Michigan on its way to Chicago.
An extra runs south over the famous Shepherdstown bridge as cold air and warm water combines to create a blanket of fog on the Potomac River.
The setting sun hangs over the main line at Wills Point at the end of beautiful, clear day in East Texas.
In the authentic steam-shrouded atmosphere of a working roundhouse, a freight loco. moves on to the turntable during a Barrow Hill night shoot. For more pictures of this event, see more)
The best way to capture a misty moring mood is to spend all night at track side. So my friend ken and I rolled out our sleeping bags on top of a pile of ties. If we did this in our present time it... (more)
The sun is setting, the glint is fading and it's time to call it a day! 15F 3016 catches the last light from the setting sun near Vailima.
Just some rails in a remote location, in the East of France... not far from the brand new LGV East high speed line
Sunset brings an unforgetable glow to the San Francisco Peaks, just as an eastbound intermodal eases up the hill into Winslow. See EXIF data for shot details.