First responder volunteers with the "Pink Heals Tour" and one of their specially painted pink fire trucks (named Kennedy) poses with Norfolk Southern's "Honoring First Responders&qu... (more)
An intermodal train pulled by TRAXX E.483 of the private operator "Oceanogate" through the station, in the late afternoon.
On a beautiful spring day---April 27, 2000---a northbound CSX empty hopper train is framed by a nice patch of Red Bud. The trees on the north side of Clinch Mountain are sprouting their new green ... (more)
As the first day of Tweetsie Railroad Heritage Weekend comes to a close, number 12 simmers in downtown, framed by a few pink flowers across the tracks.
Twilight begins to set along the eastern slope of the Arizona Divide as the former Santa Fe 199, now BNSF's Z WSPNBY9, races up the grade with ease as the winter air temperatures drop to below fre... (more)
Thunderstorms dance around the Kanawha River valley painting the sky and highlighting unique low hanging cloud structure during an unusual nighttime August thunderstorm.
Old east german Tram in a Special Advertising Livery, unthinkable before 1990 in socialistic Economies.
Transcisco EMD F7(B) 101 at Jacumba California 2015 - Transcisco Tours was an operating company that owned passenger equipment and motive power that was operated as Amtrak charter trains on... (more)
I was actually looking for tulips (very cliché, I know), but could not find any - seems like I was too early for those. Luckily I could find some other fields in full bloom.
Parked on a passing siding, a faded and patched UP workhorse, leased to NS, leads a string of four locos pulling a unit train full of corn.
Passing a pear tree in bloom, Linwood to Chattanooga train 348 has an interesting assortment of UP and ex-UP power.
This F7B has been pretty much sitting in this spot for a decade or so now, awaiting its fate.
After returning to Portland with the excursion train to the NRHS Convention in Tacoma Washington, Southern Pacific 4449 splits from the rest of it's train to continue on to the roundhouse.
I wonder how many miles this warhorse has traveled, and how many more miles until the BNSF gives it new paint.