"Russel Plow on the Southern Divison"
The NYS&W Russel Plow saw use last year after a snow storm dropped over a foot of snow on the ground. Due to snow totals in the Garden State... (more)
Finding myself on the rare day shift amidst the "Historic Storm". My partner and I passed time awaiting the late morning train. My partner decided to attempt a selfie from a closer poin... (more)
Eastbound Triple Crown trailers roll through Ardara, PA amid a winter wonderland.
Q427 plows through a snow bank while racing along Q425 who just departed west springfield yard.
"The Snowboken Drill"
The 4105 is one of the few former CNJ GP40s on the roster that is currently not in passenger service. The locomotive has been designated the Hoboken Drill eng... (more)
"Shelter from the Storm"
With early forecasts for the "Blizzard of 2015" calling for nearly two feet of snowfall, all of Hoboken's diesel trainsets were stored under the train shed... (more)
Solo SD75I 2101 shaves back the banks as the yard crew eases the train into North Bay yard January 12th
Breaking Trail. Having picked up a single boxcar at the Panolam plant at Martins, CN 4132 plows up a bit of snow as it gains headroom coming off the plant lead and onto the back track befor... (more)
Steaming past Bartlett Roundhouse. Locals gather to grab cell-phone pics as former Canadian National Switcher #7470 brings her "Steam in the Snow" photo extra past one of the few ... (more)
GEXR Plow 55408, plows and busts through the snow drifts along the line between Stratford and Goderich.
A westbound ethanol train plows through a mini-blizzard on a very snowy January afternoon on the Selkirk Sub.
enveloped in a cloud of steam, #7470 shoves hard on her train reversing for the second run-by.
Are you sure you want to work for the railroad? Being a switchman in BN’s 31st Street Denver Yard with SD-9 6217 on January 15, 1987 probably wasn’t an enviable job. Is it quitting time yet?
Santa Fe GP-38 2350 leads the “Hill Cut” into Pueblo, Colo. yard on January 23, 1993.
CN 4132, the usual power for the Huntsville Roadswitcher CN 595, endures yet another New Year's Day snowsquall in a series that hasn't ended since last year! Okay, I guess I should say "has... (more)