Sometimes in the UK we have snow. This was the second week of the Santa Specials on Tanfield Railway and the snow came with a vengeance. The railway remained open, many customers came despite the ... (more)
I had grand plans this afternoon to catch the eastbound California Zephyr as it rounded the curve at Crescent amid snow-laden pines with a glorious sunset over the continental divide in the backgr... (more)
The first of three eastbound manifests that are tied down on Main 1 from Cheyenne to Borie, Wyoming can be seen patiently waiting for a new crew to take the train east to North Platte, Nebraska on... (more)
Very strong winds fly over the North Dakota fields and bring dust and debris across the tracks. Meeting the train they cause coal dust to enter the mix.
Clouds obscure the setting sun as a southbound Georgia Power coal train bound for Plant Scherer in Juliette, GA races northeast along Nickajack Lake on the former L&N. Coal dust is flying and catc... (more)
A few of JS waiting for depart from Xibolizhan. Now some of them have been out of use, others working in Dongbolizhan and Nanzhan.
Steam makes a pretty good smoke screen in the winter time making for poor visibility. 4020 is almost completely engulfed in steam as smoke exhaust rises very high.
After picking up additional power, a Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train departs Essex, Montana, as dusk settles in during a snow storm on March 2 1997.
At sunrise on a cool winter morning, Friends of the Rail's ex- South African Railways class 19D 4-8-2 no. 2650 is shrouded in steam at the club's Capital Park depot.
The morning fog slowly lifts off the convergence of the Clark Fork River and the Trout Creek as a Westbound coal train destined for export at Roberts Bank, B.C. races over MRL's 4th Subdivision.
In extreme blizzard conditions, an eastbound BNSF stack train leaves the mountains of Glacier National Park behind as it fights a crosswind coming through Grizzley, Montana, on December 22, 2007.
NS intermodal train 22K exits the east portal of the Hoosac Tunnel with headlights piercing the mist.
On September 29th, a day before the last day on Clark's Gap, myself and several friends climbed the hill to witness the last loaded coal train climb the 2.2% grade at Garwood. The wait was longer ... (more)
On the moist and gloomy morning only the DMU breaks the silence of Chortkiv outskirts as it rumbles by, ascending to Bila-Chortkivsjka junction.
The Super Moon Eclipse begins to rise over the Colorado Plateau as a heavy Los Angeles Harbor bound stack train slowly climbs the 1.5% grade at Angell.