Montana Rail Link's local down the Bitterroot Branch (9th Subdivision) rolls across a small trestle and past an old downed tree in the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge north of Stevensville, M... (more)
A patched Southern Pacific unit leads a loaded coal train through the Feather River Canyon as it crosses under the famous Pulga bridge.
NS train number M87 glides across the former Central of Georgia overpass in downtown Childersburg, Alabama, while loaded coal train Q4K passes underneath headed for the power plant at Wilsonville.... (more)
Sprinting along at track speed this stack train jumps over a backwater along the Clark Fork River.....
Leeds, Alabama, is where the Central of Georgia District joins the East End District. Westbound train 137 from Columbus (above) meets eastbound train 154, which is enroute to Atlanta. Photo by ... (more)
Very difficult to ignore this location! It's early evening and BNSF's empty garbage train is heading back to Everett, over the unique Chamber's Creek bridge. Here's some of my other shots of th... (more)
Norfolk Southern and the Fort Wayne Historical Society get off to an early predawn start passing through Duncannon at 5:56 AM en route to Lewistown. Once there, elated passengers will board for a... (more)
Learn more at Alaska Railfanning! ARR 4319 leads the Coastal Classic northbound over the Twentymile ... (more)
A WB BNSF freight snakes out of the siding at Avery, just west of Wishram. The lights of the The Dalles, Oregon are off in the distance, home to the world famous GorgeRail slideshow that conclude... (more)
With 35 cars behind the 8000 H.P., CN 327/CSX Q620 crosses the seaway bridge over the Beauharnois Canal.
At dusk, No. S11 charges through Hale's Gap, W.Va., with the freshly washed Southern heritage unit in command. The train is en-route to Elmore Yard and will be hitting the former Virginian P-D dis... (more)
Winter just won't give up without a fight this year. A local heads west across the Chippewa River in Eau Claire, WI in heavy snow.
Crossing the Jeremys Run trestle
Nothing like a foot of wet snow in May to cover everything. Q110 blasts south at 50 MPH.
Curving across Anderson River Trestle near Boston Bar, British Columbia, a Canadian National coal train heads west through the Fraser Canyon on September 24, 2012.