Inside the Workshops at Sandaoling Coal Railway a worker stands alone. What he's thinking we'll never know.
Just minutes after the sun popped over the background hill, a BNSF manifest works downhill after just clearing the Arizona Divide summit of the Seligman Subdivision
A BNSF emd leads the nightly Tucson to Phoenix manifest train with monsoon storms raging to the east.
A heavy EB stack train fights it way upgrade at Sibyl on a beautiful stormy night
Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief No. 4 catches this late summer sunset outside of La Junta, Colo., on its eastward journey across the original Santa Fe mainline toward Dodge City, Kan., a... (more)
During the period of August 17 through 20, Army National Guard units that had participated in the Operation Northern Strike exercises at Camp Grayling, Grayling, Michigan, were loaded back onto th... (more)
Searchlights At Blue Hour. Making the final push toward the summit of Cuesta Pass, UP 4385 streaks past the still active, ex-Southern Pacific searchlights at the south end of the Santa Marg... (more)
With Oregon's Mount Hood dominating the background (over 45 miles to the west) a BNSF loaded grain train snakes its way though the Columbia River Gorge near Maryhill, Washington.
A westbound Rio Grande freight drops down the steep 3% western grade of Tennessee Pass at Mitchell, Colorado, on July 20, 1990. Leading the train is EMD SD40T-2 “Tunnel Motor” No. 5349, which is m... (more)
Dallas Union Terminal in January 1964. Santa Fe (ATSF) E8A #87 on train No.11 the Kansas Cityan, Rock Island (CRI&P) E6A #630 on train No.17 the Twin Star Rocket, and the Colorado & Southern E5A ... (more)
BNSF 1993 leads the Pikes Peak Local through the post-hoar frost wintry scene in Palmer Lake, CO. Learn more at Joint Range R... (more)
Went out to get a pic of the searchlights and got an added backdrop
CBR 2448 leads its train bound for Eugene as it crosses North Tenmile Lake near Lakeside, Oregon on June 21, 2018. Photo by Dan. R. Scheidell.
The California Zephyr heads though some wild and desolate terrain without many signs of life. This scenic area is strikingly beautiful.
In the mid morning sunlight, BNSF 8005 leads a southbound oil train along the Bellingham Bay in Bellingham, WA on July 6th, 2018.