With a cool breeze blowing on a cold December night, a thin fog lays low to the ground as a trio of CN’s newest ET44AC’s with the Aboriginal Affair’s logo lead 17M north through Rudd.
As clouds build in ahead of a cold front on an abnormally warm January evening, the sunset breaks through the clouds as Norfolk Southern’s Lehigh Valley heritage unit leads 212 north through Ruffi... (more)
As the Christmas Holiday draws closer, the town of Thomasville has spent many hours decorating the town square with various lights and a large Christmas tree as another 211 passes through the smal... (more)
Hours after the sun set, the sounds of fireworks and thunder echo through Greensboro on a warm June night as a trio of NS’s lead 212 north past the UNCG power plant.
Another train, another horn, and another day of sun beats down upon the outcropping of Old Farm equipment watches on as a now retired C40-9 makes one of its last few runs as the leader of the top ... (more)
Wasting no time in the dark of the night, an ex Conrail SD80MAC leads the hot 203 south under the moon on a fairly clear night.
Just as the light begins to filter through the clouds, the fog slowly disappears as a trio of foreign units, led by a Citirail Gevo hauls the Mail on 217 on the way towards Chicago.
With water so clear you can see to the bottom of the New River, the sky reflects off the water as 201 rolls across the New River bridge with a trio of EMD’s showing the way.
With a few soft rays of sun peaking through the clouds, the thunder claps in the sky from a massive severe storm as 213 races south out of the storm with the Conrail heritage unit leading the show... (more)
In the darkness of the night, the moon rises to the southeast as a shiny and fresh AC44C6M leads 204 north under the cover of darkness.
As the day comes to an end, the sound of dynamic breaks echo through the town as 195 crosses the Dan River on the way north.
Racing away from the setting sun, a trio of UP's split through the fields in Ruffin leading 212 north on the dash towards New Jersey.
As the sun sets over the pastures and fields, the railroad keeps moving as one of the last SD70’s lead 158 north along 29.
As the matching Maroon OCS heads south behind a 4 pack of NS “Tuxedo” F Units, the sun starts to pop above the horizon.
With the sun having just peaked over the mountains m, the golden light fills the valley as a trio of BNSF’s lead 212 across Wells Viaduct on the way north.