The Rhaetian Railway (German: Rhätische Bahn), abbreviated RhB, is a Swiss transport company that owns the largest network of all private railway operators in Switzerland. The RhB operates all the... (more)
A westbound grain train wakes up the sleepy town of Columbus during a typical Montana blizzard scene.
In the photo - the passenger terminal of the station New Peterhof. Built in 1857, the station was part of the first railway in Russia (Peterhof).
The exterior of the building in the Go... (more)
Touring the system, the Big Boy blasts through the rural wooded landscape still covered in colorful fall foliage.
BNSF 9318 (SD70ACe) cuts through the fog at dawn as it passes through the Barr Lake area in Brighton, Colorado.
Soo Line 1003 backs down the museum track to couple to a pair of vintage cabooses before bedding down for the night. The engine was being prepared for a trip five miles down the road to Slinger, W... (more)
A massive 123 with 146 cars, mid train DPUs and manned power on the rear begins its descent down the southern loops on its way from Asheville to Linwood, NC. The first few cars have just exited Bu... (more)
The Ernesto Copello bridge is located at km 166.3 between Chinchan and Ticlio at 4592 meters above sea level (15066 ft). It is a small bridge, 50 meters long. But this is a spectacular high mounta... (more)
Bernina piloting locomotive "Asnin" Ge 2/2 #161 from 1911 and railcar ABe 4/4 #34 from 1908 with a contemporary mixed train are on their way from Pontresina to Poschiavo, just as it migh... (more)
"There's a Long Black Train..."
the infamous verse from country artist Josh Turner felt fitting as a title for this shot. Norfolk and Western 611 has continued to put on a Grand show ... (more)
"King of the Road"
THE shot I wasn't always confident we'd be able to pull off coming into the weekend at Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad for Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society b... (more)
Steam in the Valley returns to Cuyahoga Valley National Park! 765 Thunders through the quiet town of Peninsula while the river flows peacefully in the foreground.
A Magical Ending. Following four epic, consecutive days of steam locomotives operating on the Grand Canyon Railway, powered by none other than GCRY 29 and GCRY 4960, who would have thought ... (more)