Really digging in! The westbound Flanger set makes a pass west back to Truckee before descending down the hill east to Roseville.
After a hefty mid-winter snowstorm, a pair of veteran SOO SD60's and their train 2-491 have the honors of clearing the way. At 40 mph, the snow ridge doesn't stand a chance
Even the smallest drift can produce a spectacular impact between plow and snow drift...
The plow extra passes the deadline at Mount Elgin as it continues south to Tillsonburg.
The snow flies and Engineer Max Casias watches intently as he makes another plunge into the deep snow drift, much as the DRGW might have cleared the line 60 years ago. It took five or six such pl... (more)
Well, it looks like winter has finished its business here in Alaska and things are beginning to turn green in the last frontier so I thought I may as well post one of my last real winter shots. An... (more)
Plow-Work 1734 kicks up the white stuff as it rolls through mile 8 of the Devonshire Subdivision April 5th.
Rotary OY approaches Coxo crossing below Windy Point. The snow is not very deep here, but deeper drifts lay ahead on Cumbres pass.
The J train kicks up some fresh snow as it hustles through Lovekin.
At dusk, more than one hour late, the combined VIA train from Jonquière and Senneterre, is plowing the tracks, in St-Paulin, after a late winter storm, leaving almost 20 cms of snow on its path
Southbound coal loads headed for the dock at Seward pass Gorilla Rock on a glorious end of winter day.
Snow Plow to the rescue. Montreal Maine & Atlantic VB-103 pushed by two C30-7's clears snow drifts on the siding at Iberville. MOW personal tried in vain with a regulator equipped with a wint... (more)