Tough winter day on the Kyle—3: A Kyle plow extra heads west through Levant, Kansas, on January 2, 2007, after a late December storm buried parts of the region in over 30 inches of snow. With wint... (more)
Tough winter day on the Kyle—1: After a late December storm buried parts of western Kansas in over 30 inches of snow, the railroads of the region had tough going. Union Pacific operated a rotary s... (more)
A late winter snow brought out a DME plow extra running from Mason City, IA to Jackson, MN.
An eastbound on number 1 track kicks up snow at Laurel Station shortly after the Blizzard of '96.
Amidst heavy snowfall, the Donner flanger set eases to a stop for a red at Norden. While there, a member of the crew braves the elements to try to clear some ice and caked snow off the flanger.
Union Pacific rotary snowplow No. 900082 pelts the grain elevator at Weskan, Kansas, on New Year’s Day 2007. This plow extra operated east from Denver to open up the Kansas Pacific line to Salina.... (more)
RRVW Jordan Spreader plow extra ran from Breckenridge,MN to Oakes, ND to open the line completely covered in snow.
The next day they would return to Breckenridge via Gwinner. I was treated to... (more)
A heavy snow hit most parts of Kanto area including Tokyo in February, 2014. The workers were trying to move the locomotive in the yard.
A heavy snow hit most parts of Kanto area including Tokyo in February, 2014. It caused lots of problems in railway traffic.
Acela arrives and MARC leaves. Note the green light on the pantograph caused by an arc.
Blizzard-like conditions didn't keep the trains from running. A southbound MARC passes workers trying their best to keep platforms clear.
Belvedere Local pulls a single car for Rock Valley Chemicals on a remnant of the C & NW KD line along the Rock River. The KD, Kenosha Division, once extend to Kenosha, Wisconsin.
It was hard work for the people and the technology!
Xrot 9213 together with bernina-crocodile in action
A lot of snow was falling on this day; so that the trains need a plow in front!