Due to a derailment and severe flooding in Baltimore, some reroutes were in order, including this R138 which had gone east previously. R138 heads west being rerouted during sunrise through foggy ... (more)
Westbound autoracks skirt along the three rivers of Pittsburgh PA on a gorgeous summer morning.
As the great city of Pittsburgh begins to come alive in the early morning hours, a Northbound NS intermodal snakes along the three rivers to eventually continue to Conway and points west.
Sunset fades away over desolate northern Kansas as a Kyle westbound wanders across the prarie with a long train for Limon, Colorado in tow. The classic Southern Pacific tunnel motors are reflecte... (more)
Quite possibly the years more beautiful sunset. Storms begin to roll into Naperville, IL with towering anvil heads which were peaking the mid 60 thousands. Further down the line lightning can be s... (more)
Big Boy 4014 steaming right out of Heaven, Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 No. 4014 and 4-8-4 No. 844 double-head into Granger Junction on a cold, spring morning.
Sunset encounter. A cold January sunset reflects off the door of a farmer's pick-up as he waits for the passage of an eastbound passenger train at rural crossing in Eastern Michigan.
The Wengernalpbahn may be the world's longest cog railway, but it looks like a toy up against the imposing cliffs and mountains that loom over the small Swiss village of Lauterbrunnen.
On what turned out to be a very cold day a buddy and I drove the 212 miles from Anchorage to Cantwell where the Alaska RR snow fleet had tied up for the night. With a 0600 call time we knew we wou... (more)
Goods train passing Shidu tunnel. Beijing
After completing its run pulling Bush 41s funeral train, UP 4141 throttles up leading north to Fort Worth, running across the East Texas plains one last time.
2018 Arizona saw a good amount of rain and monsoon storms. In early July the weather produced amazing skies as the eastbound auto train glinted behind storm clouds.
A late afternoon intermodal train heads east into the Winslow yard on the BNSF Seligman Sub.
A UP SD70M traverses the “New Line” in Bensenville during an incredibly foggy morning.
The iconic Tulip Trestle looks fantastic during a beautiful dawn this past October. The steel-girded 2,307 foot long and 157 foot high railroad trestle, built in 1906, traverses the Richland Creek... (more)