On June 30, the Helena Local got a real late start, not arriving at Townsend until sunset. My friend Dave Gayer and I were returning from Lombard thinking we might get lucky and see the train our ... (more)
30 years anniversary of the Cuneo-Vintimiglia line
The sun sets over Del Mar beach as a Coaster train pushes south.
Piercing through a deteriorating cloud deck and resting on the shoulders of the western Rockies, a June sun illuminates prairie lands of rural Colorado just outside of Trinidad. Pointed toward La ... (more)
PREX 905 GP9, built by EMD in December 1956, switches The Andersons ethanol plant located in Clymers, IN during a snowy evening of 03/03/16.
The Sun begins to rise over the mountains and ridges surrounding Lithia, VA and these Norfolk and Western CPL signals at Ellis Run.
A northbound empty coal train is silhouetted by a stormy sunrise south of Bill, Wyoming, where coal and oil mix, and the antelope and jack rabbit population far exceeds humans. The SD70MAC is serv... (more)
After a weekend of events in the Chicagoland area, NKP 765 begins its trek home as it passes through Elmwood Park, IL on a beautiful Summer evening. The train is heading west for Franklin Park whe... (more)
An R160 train has just left Stillwell Avenue station at Coney Island in Brooklyn, New York for it's journey through Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens. It is because of trains like these that the Tran... (more)
As the first golden rays of sun begin shining through the treetops, a westbound unit grain train races across the massive fill and into the rock cut at Granite, Idaho on "The Funnel". So... (more)
Its really difficult to pass up this location, especially with a sunset as nice as this one. This is the BNSF Centralia turn out of Tacoma. Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: GE ET44ACLocation: Steilacoom, Washington, USALocomotive #: UnknownTrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: June 04, 2016
Night falls over the icy Hudson River, viewed from the popular lookout at Dobbs Ferry.
Mother nature puts on a show with an outstanding sunset along the western portion of the BNSF Seligman Subdivision as four BNSF locomotives pull a Los Angeles to Chicago Z train through Hackberry.
The Aurora Borealis! For years I've waited to see it, spending hours on "Aurora tracking" websites in hopes of there being an Aurora storm at the right time and with clear skies. Finally, o... (more)