A foggy lakefront morning at Three Valley. It is always worth bringing the camera, even on the way to a meeting.
What was supposed to be a routine maintenance check turned into a 5 hour long repair of a drive wheel spring holder.
A loaded CN coal train passes an empty CP grain train in the narrow confines of Black Canyon. At this location, the Thompson River twists through an oxbow so tight that the only routing option av... (more)
In charge of priority freight to Hochelaga, CP 8791 East passes through the bush lining the clear and prestine waters of Lake Superior. 6700 feet back on his tailend is a robotized CP 8851.
It is almost 6:30a.m. and the sun has just crested over the mountains as the morning mist begins to dissipate.
Engineer Tim Smith checks on Tweetsie 190 (ex - WP&Y) during his nightly rounds at the engine house.
The sleekness of the "Royal Canadian Pacific" blends well with the natural beauty of Alberta.
An almost surreal moment in mountain railroading is captured as a Union Pacific freight climbs out of the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon while a BNSF manifest stirs up a cloud of dust descendi... (more)
Reading T-1 4-8-4s 2124 and 2100 perform a photo run along the Schuylkill River with an Iron Horse Ramble. These Rambles may have been the finest railfan excursions ever as the Reading went all ou... (more)
At 4:30am, crew members at the Durango and Silverton begin their daily chores of servicing and preparing their locomotives for their daily run to Silverton. Seen here, a crew member walks through... (more)
CSXT 845, a lone ES44AC spends the night in the Westward Siding as an impressive lightning storm stirs up trouble in the background.
Taken on a typical dreary Oregon day from the overlook at Ruthton Park. There is lots of poison oak up there. The wait in the rain was worth it for this shot. Awaking early, I was hoping for blue ... (more)
34. This just screams man versus nature or machine versus mountain. You can take your pick.
85. The slowly dimming light of the DPU can be seen dropping further down the bore of the Moffat Tunnel.
BNSF 5751 West follows the contours of the land while truck traffic paces it on parallel Hy. 287.