An eastbound on number 1 track kicks up snow at Laurel Station shortly after the Blizzard of '96.
Union Pacific rotary snowplow No. 900082 pelts the grain elevator at Weskan, Kansas, on New Year’s Day 2007. This plow extra operated east from Denver to open up the Kansas Pacific line to Salina.... (more)
Looking back over some picture from a cooler time, I ran across this February day that came with 35 degree temperatures and snow still sticking to everything but the roads. Over the year, we've al... (more)
Canadian National Freeport local has arrived at Rockford working remaining East Side industrial area.
RRVW Jordan Spreader plow extra ran from Breckenridge,MN to Oakes, ND to open the line completely covered in snow.
The next day they would return to Breckenridge via Gwinner. I was treated to... (more)
Acela arrives and MARC leaves. Note the green light on the pantograph caused by an arc.
With crews lawing out around Columbus as a result of the winter delays, a grain train is forced to idle away in a spot not often used for stopping trains in northern Columbus.
So . . . who's ready for winter? Rio Grande train No. 142 glides through snowy Mapleton on Christmas Eve, 1987. The 5391 continues to solider on, employed by the Wheeling & Lake Erie and looking m... (more)
Belvedere Local pulls a single car for Rock Valley Chemicals on a remnant of the C & NW KD line along the Rock River. The KD, Kenosha Division, once extend to Kenosha, Wisconsin.
A pair of crossings that don't exist anymore. Since this shot was taken this past March, these two crossings in the Valleyfield area have been eliminated as CSX has put in place a new right... (more)
The plow extra passes the deadline at Mount Elgin as it continues south to Tillsonburg.
At dusk, more than one hour late, the combined VIA train from Jonquière and Senneterre, is plowing the tracks, in St-Paulin, after a late winter storm, leaving almost 20 cms of snow on its path
Southbound coal loads headed for the dock at Seward pass Gorilla Rock on a glorious end of winter day.