Magnificent glint only a late Summer day on the Overland a Route can do highlights the rails at Hermosa, WYO.
A beautiful Colorado sunrise bids hello to the passengers and crew of the California Zephyr as it heads towards Denver, Colorado
Eastbound freight train approaching border of the city during impending sunset.
At exactly 9pm on the dot, NS 810 with an ACU leader makes it's way east on the Whitethorne District under a fiery sky and a downpour.
The Vyhoda Narrow-Gauge Railway. Here one can see an empty freight train led by TU8-0364 narrow-gauge diesel loco. It is departing towards the Carpathian Mountains to be loaded with timber in the ... (more)
NS 165 heads west through the dawn fog at Oakvale on the Christiansburg District.
With the summer sun dipping behind the Rocky Mountains, BNSF's hot Alliance, TX to Portland, OR intermodal train races across the plains of eastern Colorado near Hudson, CO. The three GE motors ha... (more)
An eastbound auto train glints as it runs eastbound through East Canyon Diablo, AZ.
'Underneath a setting sun.'
Reefsteamers' class 15F No.3046 - 'Vreni' - is running a few hours behind schedule and is making up time, as she steams up the last gradient leading into Millsite, K... (more)
Eastbound through the storms of Summer, Amtrak California Zephyr glints vibrantly from the sun obscured by a micro-burst thunderstorm over Rocky and Leyden.
The California Zephyr seemingly emerges from the sun as it heads west on the Brush Sub towards Denver's Union Station.
An MBTA outbound with MBTX 1070 past the sunset in Everett.
Mother Nature provides a gold and blue palate for a colorful sunrise to greet the California Zephyr as it travels west to Denver, Colorado.
The California Zephyr, is bathed in an orange sunrise as it leaves Wiggins, Colorado for Denver. The recent wildfires in Utah have added particulates in the air that result in amazing sunrises an... (more)
The fields of gold sunflowers are glowing in the evening sun east of Roggen, CO on a hot late summer August evening. One of the many empty coal moves flies eastward for its return to the mines.