On February 17, following another 12-18 inches of fresh snowfall in the Green Mountains - more than 50 inches total for the past 10 days - Vermont Rail System dispatched the 'baby plow' - a Fairmo... (more)
In this remote part of the Pokey, the rails depart the path cut out by The Tug Fork River. Glen Alum Tunnel provides a quicker route through the mountains while the river travels around a steep be... (more)
A Disappearing View?BNSF Railway train S-LHWCLO1-11 (Intermodal Stacks; Los Angeles Harbor CA [West Basin] - Clovis NM) rounds the big curve just before reaching Summit, as the top ... (more)
NM photo specaial passes over Steptoe Creek at Sunrise.
CNW 4523, a GP9 acquired second hand from the Quebec, North Shore & Labrador, leads a nice mix of six older EMDs on a freight that has arrived in East Minneapolis Yard. In addition to the four GP7... (more)
During the summer of Heritage I (1997), a pair set up with Conrail and BN GEs, heads an eastbound stack train along the Columbia River below Rodk Island Dam, east of Wenatchee, WA. The site is a ... (more)
Coupling on. GP9's CN 4102 & CN 7054 have just shoved 7 loaded grain cars onto a cut of empty grain cars on the freight track of CN's Montreal Sub. After, the power will run around the trai... (more)
ICE 591 Hamburg - Munich reaches Amstetten station after passing the 20 ‰ grade from Geislingen (469 m a.s.l.) to Amstetten (582 m a.s.l.).
CN 3085 Q111 Carvel, Alberta
Heading south toward Rouses Point NY, Amtrak Adirondack is busting drifts on the Rouses Point Subdivision on a windy morning.
BNSF 6621 kicks up snow as it crosses the Pack River Fill along Lake Pend Oreille. Up front are empty Boeing loads returning to the midwest for new Boeing fuselages. An overnight snow storm has du... (more)
WSOR 1501 crosses Hwy D north of Random Lake, WI in October of 2009.
The mid-day Sounder has the honor of being the last train (revenue) to cross the historic 80 year old Milwaukee S Curve trestle.
Locomotive is actually an EMD F59PH.
In a single l... (more)
Eastbound train at the rest area between Bingen and Lyle in the Columbia River Gorge.