Why can't beaches in the UK be like this? (The trains I mean, not the sun, sea and sand!!)
Another example of California's magnificent countryside. 5308 heads a long stack train on the Sunset Route towards Colton in late evening sunlight.
I don't know if the Metrolink commuters are too bothered if they have their own flyover or not, but it sure makes a good shot!
I like street running. We don't get it in the UK any more. Last time was in Weymouth until 1987, and two blokes with red flags had to walk infront of the train. Check out http://freepages.nostalgi... (more)
The 3104 propels a Stockton-bound dinky set through the beautiful Niles Canyon. If I had to live in the USA I'd quite likely come here!
A perfectly relaxing place to be...sit in the sun watching the trains and people messing about on the lake!
I was lucky to catch the WP heritage-liveried 1983; earlier on that day I also saw the UP centennial 6936 at Portola which was to cross the Wye on July 4th.
Waiting for a westbound stack, a first-series pumpkin leads a manifest up Tehachapi.
A Norfolk Southern 'stealth bomber' has just exited tunnel 10 and is about to descend the loop with a stack train. This consist was caught in Pennsylvania on the 18th by Chris Kieley (see photo 14... (more)
It's business as usual at the Loop. Note the second eastbound in the distance.
The dispatcher has timed this one to perfection as an eastbound manifest pulls into the siding to let a westbound skirt by.
With the mercury nudging 110, a BNSF eastbound stacktrain drops into the Colorado valley with 116 platforms in tow.
A Paris-Koln set waits in Gare du Nord for another northbound trip.
In from the cold...a service from Eastern France reaches the capital.
A number of SNCF's most powerful diesels have been refurbished for fast Passenger services. This one leaves Troyes in the snow with a Paris-Mulhouse train.