Using trackage rights to return to home rails, the Norfolk Southern Operations, Awareness & Response Safety Train heads north across the North Fork of the Holston River just outside of Kingsport. ... (more)
Southbound coal loads for Eastman Chemical's coal gasification plant head down the Cumberland Valley Subdivision towards the connection with the ex-Southern Appalachia District. After arriving at ... (more)
Ninety loads of coal off the Cumberland Valley Subdivision for Eastman Chemical Company's coal gasification plant roll through Natural Tunnel on the former Southern Appalachia District on CSX trac... (more)
Just around the corner from where the Not-Quite-As-Mighty Willamette River joins the Mighty Columbia River in Portland OR, is the Columbia Grain Facility. In this scene the bulk ship Mamma Mia is... (more)
Southbound Union Pacific SD70M No. 4219 rolls a string of Auto Repo between the Pacific Ocean at Summer Beach. and the lush hills of the Ventura Coastside.
Paducah rebuilt GP-10 works the yard in Mexico, MO.
NS 202 makes an early morning appearance through Stanley, VA.
4 for 4- Clawing its way up the last of the steep eastbound climb over Glorieta Pass, P42DC #4 leads Train #4 eastbound out of the Santa Fe valley.
Back when Amtrak would run excursions, a two-day Oregon circle trip climbs the west side of the Cascades on Southern Pacific. The train was sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Chapter NRHS, and ov... (more)
A rebuilt GP20 (originally GP9 #2399) leads an eastbound Hiawatha, IN to Louisville, KY trackage rights train down the former Monon (now L&N) street running in New Albany, IN. These rails, while s... (more)
Built in 1882 as a Wagner Palace Sleeping Car, the Pullman Company modified the rail car in 1910 for the U.S. Bureau of Mines’ program to improve mine safety and rescue operations in Colorado’s co... (more)
At first light, BNSF 4683 leads a long westbound up the steep grade at Klondike on the BNSF Needles sub.
From above BNSF 6217 leads train ZPHXWSP underneath gorgeous skies through one of my favorite locations on the Phoenix sub at Daze, AZ (between Ash Fork and Williams).
Clearing the line between Aurillac and Neussargues, the rotary snowplow has just reached the summit at the Lioran station (3780 ft).
Sunset for the Southwest Chief- With the evening sky darkening, the last Superliner of the eastbound Southwest Chief streaks by the only wig-wag crossing signal in service on a Class I Rail... (more)