The Conway Scenic Railroad's Notch train crosses the Willey Brook trestle enroute back to North Conway.
Portland & Western 3004, still in former St. Lawrence & Atlantic colors leads a re-routed 663 over Cornelius Pass. This train usually goes over the UP out of Lake Oswego but problems with the Stee... (more)
CP 9718 leads a loaded grain train downhill into Ashcroft. CN's Ashcroft Sub can be seen below on the left.
With a very colorful consist on the point, BNSF's Richmond-Clovis Q train climbs through Kingman Canyon and over a classic ATSF bridge. BNSF 6531, BNSF 734, KCS 4036 and BNSF 6352 provide the powe... (more)
BNSF is testing EMD’s new Tier 4 models (SD70ACeP4-T4) on freight trains operating between Minneapolis (Northtown) and Superior, Wisconsin. Here 1604 and 1603 ease their long train across the scen... (more)
A BNSF grain train crosses above the Sheyenne River Valley and the town of Valley City on the former Northern Pacific Hi-Line Bridge, completed in 1908.
One of my favorite experiences of my recent California trip was at a vantage point high on the rocks to the northeast of the famous Keddie Wye. Just after 8 A.M., UP's Canyon Crawler eases out ont... (more)
Charging east at Cascade. Well, charging in quotes anyway. Trains typically take this trestle at relatively low speed, given the obvious consequences of a mishap. The iron bridge over C... (more)
Those of you who are long time followers of RP.net may recall this photo and the story that accompanied it from 5 years ago. Click h... (more)
UP 7373 leads the detouring QRVWCB-16 across the 930-foot long, 122-year-old Stenner Creek Trestle and out of the morning marine layer as it drops off Cuesta Pass toward San Luis Obispo. Also of s... (more)
THE BIG TRESTLE CN 2821 leads a B730 potash train as they cross over the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle on an overcast morning. This was a new vantage point for me to shoot at, and It's wo... (more)
On the snowless and balmy winter day of February 25, 2015, a westbound BNSF coal train crosses the Clark Fork at Clark Fork, Idaho, on Montana Rail Link’s scenic Fourth Subdivision.
With the morning sunrise obscured by clouds, the silhouettes of a pair of CN locomotives cross the creek near SNS Myra on the CN Rivers Sub.
"Retirement Job in Alaska"
If you set out looking for the retirement homes of Amtrak F40s two of them will take you to the 49th State. A pair of ex-Amtrak screamers (#244 and #26... (more)
I have long thought about getting a good photo at this location. Over the years I have had more than a few chances and captured a few decent photos but I always felt there was a better shot. It is... (more)