On the final day of operations for the 2017 Season, CRC 55 leads the LM&M North Pole Express across Turtle Creek Trestle as fresh snow falls from the top of the bridge.
CSXT 438 pulling North Mountain after meeting the USMC/BB Santa Train on this snowy day.
Snow removal on the 20.0 % grade of the Gornergrat Bahn above Riffelberg, with Obergabelhorn (left) and 4505 meter high Weisshorn on the right. The not self propelled snow blower X rote # 3932, bu... (more)
Cogwheel train of the Gornergrat Bahn ("the Matterhorn Railway") just below Gornergrat station, with Matterhorn, Dent Blanche and Obergabelhorn in the background. Bhe 4/8 # 3054 from 19... (more)
"Allegra" ABe 8/12 # 3507 is pulling the BERNINA EXPRESS 951 from Chur to Tirano, with 6 panorama cars, near Bernina Lagalb station on the Bernina line.
The Whippany Polar Express train set is parked on the Whippany Line, with FL9 489 facing west. Winter storm Grayson is blanketing the locomotive with a coating of snow.
Winter storm Grayson is blanketing Morristown with several inches of snow. M&E MP15DC 2354 and SW1500 20 are getting a coating of snow.
CN 2114 & CN 2512 are in charge of CN 377 as it passes MP 14 of the Kingston Sub.
An eastbound coal train has just exited the east portal of the Moffat Tunnel. The tunnel was finished in 1928 and is 24 feet high, 18 feet wide, and 6.2 miles long over the continental divide. Th... (more)
One thing about Midwest winter's is things get screwed up and late. In Chicago things have been a struggle to get 337 out of Kirk Yard and thru Chicago in a timely fashion. Which means 337 has bee... (more)
January 3rd brought a friend and I to the Bessemer in anticipation of seeing the 867 lead North. It had been in the power set for the ore train for a number of days, so chances seemed pretty good ... (more)
One of the original "NS spec" SD70M-2's hustles an extra Toronto - Vancouver stacker through Wagaming.
Amtrak Dash 8 518 leads Lincoln Service 302 north over a frozen Kankakee River in Wilmington. The new bridge is in place.
With no crews available for a few hours, a shorter 63 car low priority train rests in the siding at Armstrong waiting for the next available Sioux Lookout crew.
With the mercury below -35c / -31F train X313 departs Armstrong after a crew change leaving behind a vapor trail.