A unit train heading from Walnut Hill, FL, on the Alabama and Gulf Coast Railway, to Trenton, ND, has been diverted to the new facility at Berthold, ND, and is taking the long way across North Dak... (more)
So with recent rains & not much sun lately in Eastern Pa to dry everything out. Mother nature yelled to me & said, look at what I left for you to get a really nice reflection shot. Basking in the... (more)
Can't you just imagine a fish lurking in that clear water? A new BNSF ES44C4 leads a westbound grain train on a fill west of Noxon, Montana, on MRL's 4th Subdivision.
Since the potholes of North Dakota are filling with water, the railroads fight a never ending battle of staying a foot above. Here, a corn train bound for Falkirk dips into one of the many causew... (more)
Austin Western's Butler Turn returns back to Manor on a spring-like February Sunday, reflected in a pool of water from the previous day's rain.
Right at sunrise, the Devils Lake local rolls out of Grand Forks to begin its work out west. This is currently the only freight operation west of Larimore due to the high water west of Devils Lake... (more)
The westbound intermodal heads through Deep Water in the last of the evening light.
A mere thirty minutes earlier, a huge summer thunder storm dumped dime-sized hail and a LOT of rain. The result was a lot of pools of water that formed along the main tracks in Cheyenne. This east... (more)
Westbound 341 passes the old water tower at Carberry.
A pool of water left over from recent rainfall gives a passing Westbound a nice "Image in the sand".
Under beautiful skies, UP 5390 casts a nice reflection in a local farmers pond as it pulls out of Eugene on it's way north to Portland. In the distant background rises Spencer Butte at 2055' elev... (more)
NS rack train 29Z rolls eastbound over Paint Creek and by the foundations of the former N&W steam era water stop at Renick.
After a good amount of rain the past couple of days, a puddle of water shows below two BNSF SD70MACs at the west end of Irondale.
The DPU's on this BNSF loaded coal train casts their reflection in a side puddle at Irondale, CO.
Even in the green waters of silt laden glacier fed lake it is still possible to get a reflection of ARR's Coastal Classic as it crosses a small trestle enroute to Seward