CZ / 194 Ceske Budejovice - Cerny Kriz (Os 8105)
CZ / 194 Praha - Ceske Budejovice - Cesky Krumlov - Kajov (Ex 531 JIZNI EXPRES)
Favorite conditions for a winter night photo come together at Randolph as NECR 3478 and two sisters parade through the silent picturesque surroundings with 323s freight at 01:14.
The Amtrak Winter Park Ski Train's AMTK 406 is 'tail end charlie' for the morning run between Denver's Union Station and the ski resort. 406 will be on point for the evening run back to Denver.
Amtrak 74 has no trouble getting through the heavy, wet snow on its journey to Raleigh.
CSXT 3400 leads southbound manifest extra Canadian National # 324 through St-Valentin amid heavy snow fall.
The East Coast was in the midst of quite the deep freeze, with temperatures not reaching above freezing for nearly 2 weeks. The word was going around that a "Bomb Cyclone" was set to hit... (more)
Hit Me Where the Wind Blows: Snow blown off the platform canopy by the wind cloaks this shot of a SEPTA push-pull set in Trenton just before sunset on Friday, January 5, 2018. This set sp... (more)
Watercolor Sky: Northeast Corridor Line Train 3920 kicks up snow as it speeds past Metropark Station under a colorful early morning sky on Monday, January 8, 2018.
Cold Six-Pack: A six-car Arrow III set on Northeast Corridor Line Train 3817 emerges from the snow on Friday morning, January 5, 2018. This photographer regularly rides this particular tr... (more)
On that day in the Moscow region fell heavy snow. But the next day began a rapid warming and snow began quickly melt, turning into a fog. On the photo you can see TEM2 locomotive makes its way thr... (more)
Looks like the forecast on January 21, 1980 was for snow! A pair of B&O GP35's are in front of the Brooks Ave. yard office in Gates, NY.
CP AC4400CW 9837, NS SD60M 6783, and operating in DP mode is UP ES44AC 5422 pull a 103 platform #101 west through some fresh snow
BCOL 4603 rounds the S-Curve, which is barely visible with the falling snow, as they approach Nauwigewauk, New Brunswick.