Heavy fog, quiet countryside, distant horn, the bells start to ring and the gates come down as the red flashing lights glow in the fog to protect the grade crossing. The horn blows loud as the sce... (more)
Montana Rail Link's "Day Gas" turn has just started its return journey to Missoula as it rolls along the Clark Fork River near Thompson Falls, MT.
Minnesota Southern operates a a section of former C&NW track in south western Minnesota primarily servicing a small ethanol plant at Luverne. This is an eastbound run with four ethanol loads and ... (more)
On a windy but beautiful morning at this scenic coastal spot, a train horn unexpectedly breaks the rhythm of the waves. Freight on the coast line!
As the sun rises over the farm lands of Michigan, a local farmer collects several bundles of hay. And as in years past, the sound of steam and the smell of smoke break through this quiet rural sce... (more)
NKP 765 is stopped in Carland, MI due to traffic ahead. The crew is leaning out the window talking to the 3rd shift employees at the mill.
San Bernardino Railroad Historical Society volunteer member Wolf Fengler has a firm grip on his spot firing duties aboard the 3751. The ex Santa Fe steam engine was on display at Los Angeles Union... (more)
The season of mid-week main line steam trains is now in full swing in the UK, and the "Scarborough Spa Express" was one of four running in various parts of the country on 29th July - a day of most... (more)
D. Luis bridge and Oporto city overview from Serra do Pilar Monastery (Vila Nova de Gaia).
C&O 614 charges through the New River Gorge during a March snow storm in 1985.
Get your Lima horsepower right here! (With a "Little" Baldwin on the side.) Train Festival 2009's first night photo session with Little River 110, Pere Marquette 1225, Southern Pacific 4449, and N... (more)
Eastbound KJRY train of empty coal hoppers leaves Iowa for Illinois.
SP 4449 makes her way through former Great Northern territory under beautiful blue skies on a holiday weekend en route to points East.
Hard to believe this was only five years ago.