Near Khonkhor station.
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BNSF twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local passing through Palmer Lake after an April snow
WHOOPS!!.... No traction!... A combination of steel wheels, massive weight, and locomotive power has created an imperfection to the rail head. It can take only a brief absence of traction (especi... (more)
Bloomer brings grain loads down towards CN at Gibson City.
After switching nearby Teknor Apex, B724 arrives in Leominster Yard so they can runaround their train and head back to Framingham. This 5-day a week local services the few remaining customers on t... (more)
CP train 930 crosses the Hudson River
Banking west as the remainder of its train prepares to duck into the darkness of Tunnel 27, Metrolink 101 climbs into Santa Susana Pass covered by the early morning light. While not many commuters... (more)
The crew of USATC S160 2-8-0 look carefully rearward at Toddington on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway Steam Gala on 26th May 2018
As the last bit of daylight disappears, featured here Amtrak's Southwest Chief makes its way through Rowe, NM on a warm and stormy evening.
Blurred at Barons Canadian Pacific’s passenger F units speed by a grain elevator at Barons, Alberta, on CP’s Aldersyde Subdivision on September 22, 2002. Unfortunately, the wooden eleva... (more)
The MSBPC 19 makes a rare daylight run headed down the elusive Montana Subdivision from Silver Bow to Pocatello.
Soo #1003 has stopped in Brandon, WI for servicing.
A haze sets across the Illinois horizon as northbound MASCH sets its dynamics and prepares for a crew change in Villa Grove. Leading the way is SD60M 2337, an SD70M, and GP40-2 1427.
Visitors, although I rarely see anybody out taking photos during the non-tourist part of the year, there are plenty of visitors during the summer months. At some point most of the Railfan visitors... (more)