A pair of ex-NS SD60s kick up the leaves as they shove a coal train north through a valley of fall color.
With an executive MAC shoving on the rear, coal loads head down the BNSF/UP Joint Line.
After heading north and away from sunlight for most of its run, KN381 finally turns west and into the setting sun in New Lex.
Amtrak's Chief dodges clouds as it races west through New Mexico.
Though the scene looks like Norfolk Southern, this is all Kanawha River Railroad's operation. Run-through power from NS and UP head up a coal train, while patched ex-NS SD60s wait to shove trains ... (more)
Their train still sloping down Cumbres Pass, Rio Grande 483 and 463 arrive at the Cumbres station to a crowd of railfans.
On a perfect summer morning, GLC 390 rumbles north towards Traverse City with several former Southern Railway TSBY hoppers headed for the ... (more)
The view from above shows four of the original ten GP35s ordered by the Ann Arbor. Along with those, the fleet of commuter coaches ready for possible Michigan commuter trains sit behind, with a Pe... (more)
The daily Antonito-Chama passenger train traverses a barren, tranquil area on it's mountain-climbing route.
A BNSF manifest twists its way into Palmer Lake, Colorado, hitting a patch of pure sun amongst thin clouds.
No need for water here today, K36 489 leads a train of passengers down towards Chama.
Rio Grande 483 performs some switching in Chama the night before leading the 'final freight' up Cumbres Pass.
BNSF's Office Car Special rumbles towards the Oklahoma border.
After a summer storm rolled through Chama, we were rewarded with a rainbow over the Cumbres and Toltec shops.
Amtrak 41's bug-splattered nose meets the ancient semaphores still protecting Bernal, a hundred years after they were installed.