Normally assigned to log trains, Heisler #3 is being used on a short passenger extra carrying lumber company executives to visit a newly opened logging spur.
Ok, I suppose that a historically b... (more)
Number 19 storms through Rock Cut headed eastbound towards McEwen.
Sometimes the last minute changes end up being the best shots. I had originally planned for a different angle at this locatio... (more)
RARELY-PHOTOGRAPHED ROCKS. In the wilds of the Adirondack Mountains, the hearty soul may find seemingly endless photographic excitement. Navigating the grid of public and private lands to... (more)
GCRY 4960 squeezes between the rocks on its run north to the Grand Canyon. A Lerro Productions Charter.
W&W 98 blasting through the rock cut on a cold winters day. Lerro Productions trip on the W&W. The trip featured snow, steam, scenery , cold and a great time with a little excitement thrown in for... (more)
The short freight passes through an ice covered rock cut just south of Notchland on its way south/east.
NS brand new ES44AC's pass through a rock cut en route to Alloy, WV pulling several empties.
Ohio Central's LS&I #33 pulls the Ohio Rail Tourism Association special up hill out of a cut. A big thanks to Jerry Jacobson for keeping steam in Ohio alive!!!
161 enters the west end of the cut at DePauw
A Lafarge switcher takes a cut of cars towards the plant. Moments later, 138 sprinted past on the CSX main. If anyone knows the road number and/or model designation of this unit, please email me... (more)
Eastbound 138 passes the small Lafarge yard on the west side of Lordstown.
Durango and Silverton #481 travels slowly through the rock cut as the conductor stands by.
Not many things in this world can literally shake the ground, but she did! #142 puts on a great show leaving two cars trying to pace in the shadows. What a rush!
A motorist keeps pace with a southbound Bel-Del extra by the "Rock Cut" at Carpentersville. Special thanks to Steve Barry and Fred Jones for handling the lighting.
This shot is not unlevel, that is really the degree of the curve up the grade at Rushland. The lean is excentuated by the telephoto lens.