With the rest of the city crippled by the snow, the Link runs on time and with no delays.
My first attempt at a high dynamic range (HDR) image! On a damp, fall afternoon, the crew of the St. Maries waits for the rest of its crew (aka me) to board to begin their trip west along t... (more)
Gone fishin'! Sitting on the beams of the old Milwaukee Road bridge over Benewah Lake, one of many fisherman seems a little annoyed with the train. Despite the trespassing, the crew of the ... (more)
Two in the shops. Today, the 103 and 502 take a break in the warm shops of the St. Maries River Railroad. Being one of the cleanest shops I have ever seen, the STMR takes some serious pride... (more)
A man and his shops. Having just completed a minor overhaul of Ex-Milwaukee GP9, Bill, the shop foreman for the St. Maries, stands proudly by his machine.
Weird Railfans! Pants pulled up high and deep into the chilly Puget Sound, Steve De Vight gets his shot of the So... (more)
Santa Special. Seeing me on the platform snapping some photos, Santa, with a twinkle in his eye, changes the readerboard from the usual dull "Downtown/Westlake" to "Special". What is this s... (more)
Skirting the Pacific Ocean. Beachgoers hardly notice the Coaster along the bluffs, but I'm sure the Friday evening commuters wish they were on the sandy shores o the Pacific a hundred feet ... (more)
Highball to San Diego! Roaring down the Surfline, Amtrak's Surfliner passes over the tranquil Batiquitos Lagoon and wildlife refuge. Trains aren't the only thing going on at the Lagoon: if ... (more)
5 Generals command their train around the twists and turns of Sullivan's Curve. As the west coast's cooler and BETTER Horse Shoe Curve, but sadly less well known, the line sees a variety of over 1... (more)
The most terrifying photo I have ever taken! From the top of Mormon Rocks, a UP freighter takes up the BNSF main as it roars up the hill. For some reason, being perched on the edge of a 100... (more)
Heading into the sunset.
What was suppose to be a work photo ended up being a nice shot looking down some old Colorado iron. Frank stands along a sag in the bridge. The photograph is intended to show the severity of the d... (more)
Cave in! Heading down the Second Subdivision between Reubens and Spalding, ID (yes, THAT 2nd Sub) on a highrail inspection, we encounter various small slides and cave ins. Scott grabs a sho... (more)
All Aboard! The first passenger train on the Palouse in decades loads its final passengers in Plaza before departing to Marshall. In the background, the W&I has WIR 20 standing by just in c... (more)