"Crocodile" 14253 leaves the Wattinger loop tunnel and crosses the river Reuss with a charter for film purposes ("My Name is Eugene"), near Wassen. This type, built from 1919, was the standard fre... (more)
Empty oil heads north on the Santa Barbara Sub along Rincon Parkway just south of CP S. Seacliff after a day of rain.
Plow extra running westbound into Morant's Curve.
The approaching roar of the GE's on the point of this EB stack train was quite a prelude to this illuminating shot of the train crossing the Foss River.
One of the Ipala Loops. When the International Railways of Central America (IRCA) built a line to connect Guatemala to El Salvador in the 1920's, it kept the grade over the mountains to about 2 p... (more)
Steam in the snow! The Mass Bay RRE excursion starts its journey back to North Conway. The special behind Conway Scenic's 0-6-0 #7470 is seen passing through this a typical wintry Ne... (more)
Dangling ditch light and all, CSXT local B957 churns up 10 loads to 7th Street in downtown Hudson after a heavy wet snow fall the last day of the year. Three big brute SD40-2s is a rare sight eve... (more)
Frosted wedgies clutter this BNSF facility on a very cold, snowy, and windy... morning. Taken with permission. Time: 03:32AM.
CN's Santa train passes by the historic farm elevator in Bellevue, MI., on the way to its next stop in Battle Creek. An overnight snowfall of 9 inches provided a wintry scene as the train created... (more)
A few hearty fishermen try their luck in the frigid water as the 20K rumbles by.
Making for a memorable first night in La Grange, a six hr. wait for a northbound is rewarded when CSX 8118 comes idling down Main Street past the Mayor's house at 04:11.
After spending 20 minutes cornering these fellas so that they would be in my shot, it finally paid off.
Deraa station- camera/canon D5-ob 24-105
A normally nocturnal train over the Boston Line makes a rare daylight appearance. Q140 with two GEVOs hustle across the Westfield River in Chester descending the grade out of the Berkshire Hills.