Northbound manifest Q542 has just passed Sinks and the former Lebanon Branch connection and is about to enter Tunnel 18 on the scenic CC Subdivision.
In the Blue Hour a Day Gas local is just underway out of Missoula yard in the early morning hours at Desmet.
MRL's Night Gas local skirts the Flathead River near Perma, Montana.
MRL's LM manifest emerges from Bozeman Pass's Summit tunnel on a gorgeous Spring evening.
From high atop Evaro Hill off Buffalo Speedway Road a Night Gas Local climbs the loops on a beautiful Spring evening making it's way west towards Thompson Falls.
On a dreary evening a BNSF eastbound freight waits in the siding at Winston for the 840 local to pass. Powering today's local is the last running SD45 on the roster #382.
After missing the entire 2015 611 schedule, I finally laid eyes on the 611 after driving all morning from Cincy to follow the train back from Lynchburg. It was 22 years after the last time I saw h... (more)
Norfolk and Western J Class 611 emerges from Licklog Tunnel with a magnificent plume of black smoke to the delight of several photographers. The train is heading to Asheville with a "Blue Rid... (more)
Pennsy Heritage pushes a loaded coal train up Elkhorn Grade at Maybeury during a heavy snow storm.
Former Susquehanna SD70 #2803 leads a southbound manifest on the Shenandoah line near Lithia, Virginia.
Pennsy Heritage unit #8102 is the rear end pusher on this loaded coal train, seen from high above Welch Tunnel.
In the early morning hours of a January day several NS locomotives wait for their next assignment in Bluefield Yard.
AVR-1 returns from the NS yard at Island Avenue past the B&O signals at East Schenley. Unfortunately these signals are being readied for replacement as new foundations have been poured.
The ancient B&LE searchlight signals at Kremis have a clear indication under a starry sky waiting for the departure of a southbound ore train waiting for a new crew.
Waiting patiently at Kremis on the main is BLE 867 on the lead of a loaded ore train. Soon a crew will take her and the train to North Bessemer yard. The next day unfortunately she would be left a... (more)