Devastating Wildfire in full swing. Remote UP 8525 shoves this eastbound upgrade towards Soldier Summit. Up front is UP 5472 and 7460. As the orange and pink color of the image is showing,... (more)
A view, taken with a fisheye lens inside the driver's cab of Ex-South Afrian Railways NGG 16 Class Garratt no 87 at Portmadog station on the Welsh Highland Railway.
Tanfield's annual night shoot , Twizell has its fire dropped at the end of the evening
An SY class 2-8-2 adds to the slag heap at Baotou steelworks in 2001.
Shake and rake. With the Fireman in the cab vigorously working the grate-shaker, Engineer Soni rakes the red-hot cinders and coals from the ash pan of Locomotive 315, while Assistant Firema... (more)
Fire in front of the steamloc BFD 9 'Gletschhorn' (former Brig-Furka-Disentis-Bahn), built 1914, in the depot Gletsch. The work is finished. In the foreground this is a very very special grill wit... (more)
This locomotive was modified to burn a mix of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and/or standard diesel fuel oil so as to perform better at high altitude in the absence of enough oxygen. The picture show... (more)
Part of the workflow.
A trailer caught fire during the Saturday 24 to Sunday 25 night on the "Autoroute Ferroviaire" multimodal train (rail hiwhay). The train was stopped on the main line at 2 a... (more)
Rio Grande coal train No. 735 rambles down the eastward main track near Sutro on Sept. 2, 1989. A dramatic brush fire, set accidentally by two young kids, leaves its mark on the flanks of 9088 ft.... (more)
In the quietest moments of a winter storm, fire and ice converge in the tangled trackwork at Metra's busiest interlocking in the Chicagoland area.
Kicking up the heels: Now that winter’s icy grip has arrived, another scene from this past autumn feels a bit nicer and warmer. On October 2, 2013, at Frog Pond west of Trout Creek, Mon... (more)
A csx track worker heats up the rail to expand it to repair a broken joint at mp 422 on track 4 headed west out of Buffalo, N.Y.
The engineer adds coal to increase the steam pressure of Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad #3, a 0-4-0 steam engine built in 1927 by the H.K. Porter Co. in Pittsburgh, PA.
Icy temperatures (- 20° C) in the morning at the steam engine base at Wernigerode: frozen valves are heated.