"Private Property: No Trespassing." Every railroad photographer needs to identify and observe the "line in the sand." The Vermont Railway makes it easy at Park Street in Rutland. Dig... (more)
For those interested in the short version, this is a sign at a BNSF private road crossing with a double stack train speeding by near Antares, AZ on August 10, 2003. For the longer, long winded ve... (more)
Dark skies gather in the distance as an outbound Metra train approaches the station.
A lot of these new signs have been popping up along the CPR in the past couple of months, warning passing pedestrians of the dangers of trespassing if caught on railway property. Meanwhile a westb... (more)
A close up of an original Great Western Railway anti-trespass sign at Llanuwchllyn on the Bala Lake Railway in Wales. Note the sign is in both English and Welsh. No.3 Holy War departs with a train... (more)
AVR-2 crew is working a rare daylight shift is approaching Industrial Terminal's storage warehouses to do some switching
There always seem to be cars with families enjoying the mountains where Swarthout Road crosses the BNSF Railway mainline in the Blue Cut area of Cajon Pass. Perhaps that is why the railroad has s... (more)
Terminal Railroad Job #101 is just departing Madison Yard with a transfer to Alton & Southern's Gateway Yard.They will return light power as the A&S delivers to the TRRA at Madison.
After a busy night at the mill, the 2100 Bowater tied down their units in the outside yard in the middle of the night. Just after sunrise the pair of GP9u's await the 0900 Bowater crew to resume s... (more)
Just in case you were wondering...no, you aren't welcome in the Provo Yard. No matter...a muddy dirt road that is a public thoroughfare passes smack dab through the middle providing the enterpris... (more)
During the last few days Frontier Yard was still operating at full speed, a yard job is seen working the North Yard. Frontier has since become a ghost town, with some block-swapping in the South Y... (more)
To help celebrate her new excursion career, the 765 pulled a short freight train for members of the Fort Wayne group, and the Hoosier Valley museum.
Power of the daily Hamilton-Nanticoke and return Steel Train enjoys the morning off in the bright winter sunshine (finally!). Note the creative use of scrap rail.
Cutting through Maryland Heights and crossing the Potomac River, CSXT 5315 rolls past the former B&O station at Harpers Ferry while the railfans watch on.
The pedestrian traffic crossing the double mainlines is so bad, as in near hits and idiots, that it's no surprise here why this was painted on the rails.