The long shuttered PRSL passenger station in Sewell still stands, albeit in rough shape, some 45 years after passenger service was abandoned on this portion of the Millville Branch. These days, th... (more)
Easing Through an Empty MC Yard
As a result of the midweek holiday the NYS&W only operated two road trains during the week as apposed to the usual three road trains. This resul... (more)
UP 4313 & 5535 lead a westbound manifest minutes before the sun disappears for the evening.
The Saturday evening Pan Am Southern BFPO-01 slurry train is seen rolling along the Connecticut River at Bellows Falls on the Green Mountain RR Bellows Falls Subdivision. MEC C40-8 7643, SD40-2 3... (more)
An early monsoon forms north of the Kingman area as hot Z-train for San Bernardino, Calif. races down the grade from Walapai with an ET44C4 leading.
NS 20T enters the small town of New Waverly, IN shortly after a beautiful rainy sunset during the evening of 6/26/17.
Escaping from a strong storm, I drove from Bilbao to San Asensio to photograph this freight to Zaragoza ... but the storm was almost as fast as my car and it almost reached me at the moment when t... (more)
It's a rainy fall day in the Pittsburgh area. The ditch lights on an eastbound light helper set highlight the damp roadbed as it passes the helpers on westbound 25Z in the tangent between Ardara a... (more)
New England Central Railroad SD40M-2s 3474 and 3475 lead northbound train 323-26 past the Bellows Falls depot and over the Green Mountain Railroad Bellows Falls Subdivision. A thunderstorm was mo... (more)
Storm clouds take over the sunset slowly as NS 5107 sits tied down in Gastonia, NC.
A westbound Union Pacific freight escapes a storm at Point of Rocks between Brownson and Potter, Nebraska, on the afternoon of March 26, 2008.
Served by the Guangzhou Railway Group, the Guangzhou Kowloon (HOM) gktt, through the Hongkong East Kowloon Tong Station
Four hard working GE motors charge eastward through Crozier Canyon, pass the homestead, as storm light settles in on a late July evening.
Late in the day of July 2, 2016, a southbound BNSF coal train climbs to the top of Logan Hill at Logan, Wyoming, in a stormy Powder River Basin.
FEC 210 hustles through a heavy downpour, caused by a weather system in the gulf. In the past two days we have gone from drought to wet with 2-4" of rain reported.