Energy A coal train passes an oil well during a beautiful sunrise south of Bill, Wyoming, on May 30, 2009.
A northbound BNSF coal train heads across a fill just south of Bill, Wyoming. The Powder River Basin is a great place to catch beautiful sunsets (and lots of coal trains).
Like the setting sun, the days for views like this for passengers, are fading fast. In the not too distant future, the Cascades fares will entitle passengers to views of Dupont, Lakewood and Sou... (more)
With heritage unit 184 in the lead, a 3 hour late Empire Builder flies west past Mt. Muller near the small town of Lake Park, MN.
An SD70ACe leads a manifest at sunset over a small creek near Westville on the Heavener Sub.
Right on cue, as the sun sets on Verndale Rail 2012, an eastbound arrives in town to give the large contingent of railfans still gathered the chance to take a few glint shots. A few of them are v... (more)
After some great conversation, awesome food, golden oreos in a cup of ice cream, and a mountain dew or 7, catching this meet at dusk was icing on the cake! West and eastbound manifests meet at th... (more)
With nothing else to do around the house, I set out and went over to a little farm road crossing on the Geneva Subdivision and spent the day. After seeing UP 1995 and CNW 8701 together running tow... (more)
The sun rises in northern Ohio behind the northbound B&O - CPL style signal at South Deshler.
The final runby's of the day would not be complete without watching the 382 steam off into a winters sunset during a Lerro Productions charter.
A Northbound Union Pacific stack train rolls through Sandcut on an unusually cloudy May afternoon.
The setting sun creates colorful drama as BNSF 6035 pulls through Sandcut.
End of another day in Powder River Basin The DPU's of a Union Pacific coal train cast a silhouette against a brilliant sky moments after sunset, south of Bill, Wyoming, on June 29, 2002... (more)
Got lucky Finding a prop, A train parked on a load out on the old MStL just off the Spineline. Shot at F 45 the sun was so bright you can see it in the lens bending around the aperture blades, Som... (more)