Another beautiful morning appearance of the Mongolian steppe and Khoolt and Bayan pass. The central part of the Trans-Mongolian railway.
Amid a bitter winter storm, the first Boonton Line westbound of the day arrives at Mountain Lakes. The train has extra power on this day in the form of NJT 4102 (ex-CNJ 3675) which is on the rear ... (more)
Slogging along the CN Missabe Sub as darkness sets in and snow is falling.
KCS B-KCLR has just stopped in the small town of Ashdown, Arkansas, to let a few people off, and is now floating along at 60mph leaving town. The combined KCS and CP business train was in the midd... (more)
KCS 1 Rich Mountain, Arkansas.
We are deep in the Ouachita Mountain range as KCS 1, and the combination CPKC business train roar up the famed Rich Mountain grade on a moody morning. The southbo... (more)
A mixture of rain, fog, and hail drift through the San Juan Mountains as a Durango & Silverton doubleheader led by SP 18 passes by what remains of Cataract Falls. After an extended hiatus due to t... (more)
A post afternoon storm double rainbow arches over CSX M705 as they fly through the fields of Canoe, AL en-route to Mobile, AL.
May Snow in the Rockies
A spring snow storm left over a foot of snow into a winter wonderland on this late May morning for the crew of this eastbound loaded oil train near the Grea... (more)
Heavy snow creates near whiteout conditions as a BNSF auto rack train runs the ridge at Spruce, Colorado.
Hudson Switch in the Snow
Coming down fast and hard enough to get on my snow blankets the main at Hudson, CO while playing host the local.
BNSF 4252 (ES44C4) leads an auto rack train through the woods at Larkspur, Colorado during a fierce spring snowstorm.
Surrounded by a gorgeous snowfall, CN 841 makes an ultimately in vain attempt at the Mabella Hill.
A few old relics look on as a fresh blanket of snow pounds down on Northwestern Ontario. Veteran SD40-2 5743 has just setoff a 5 car consist for the tailend of an upcoming CWR movement (white cabo... (more)
BNSF L-HLA8401 heads south at Sugar Town road shortly after departing from Townley just north of here.