BNSF 5852 and KCS 4614 with westbound coal loads head through the Columbia River Gorge on Cooks Siding, passing a rail train.
An outbound freight train departs from the yard as a hump trim crew pulls cars from the bowl tracks in front of the trim tower at BNSF's large Galesburg Classification Yard in Galesburg, IL.
A westbound B&O manifest struggles around Turkey Foot curve and past the CPLs on October 21, 1979. Back then, it always fascinated me just how much tonnage B&O could tie on to two worn out Geeps.... (more)
The Milky Way and a million stars shine bright over the signal bridge at Henry House, AB.
Season's Greetings! Marquette Rail's 2010 Santa Train gets a friendly wave from a snowman as it approaches the tiny village of Fountain in northwest Michigan. This train makes multip... (more)
The Monday Wednesday Friday operations on the Everett Railroad Co. finds freight runs on the ex PRR's Morrison's Cove Secondary which then became the Allegheny Southern Railway from Sept. 1982 to ... (more)
Brakeshoes smoking, limestone loads descend the 4% grade on the lower loop crossing of US 50 near Maysville.
Two new SD70M-2s from the first order lead a loaded sulfur train along Jasper Lake.
Black Canyon Part II: If Black Canyon is merely amazing in daylight, then it's downright dramatic under a ful... (more)
An ultra wide perspective of Horseshoe Curve shows westbound empties rounding the bend under the power of a trio of SD60I's.
Their servicing complete, four of the Rio Grande's 2-8-2 K-36 locomotives await their next call to duty at the Durango roundhouse. These days, however, the majority of their duties involve hauling... (more)
Just after sunrise, an SP eastbound negotiates the multiple reverse curves at Bealville's west end and heads into the Allard Horseshoe.
Leading a 100 car empty grain train for loading at Napoleon, ND, are a former Wisconsin Central SD45 and two ex-Canadian National SD50Fs.
Sometime it does all comes together steam, snow and sun a very rare combination in the UK even better when the steam is a Royal Scot and the line is the Settle and Carlisle.
Q112 swings through a curve along Brule Lake with the Miette and Brule ranges providing the back drop.