UP 4014 makes its way toward Barstow after spending the night in Yermo.
Southbound coal bucket N313 skies across Copper Creek Trestle during a heavy rain shower on the former Clinchfield. The rain is a welcoming sight due to drought conditions across the entire Southe... (more)
The first two of ten Canadian Pacific SD70ACU heritage units, numbers 7010 and 7015, stand in CP’s Bensenville, Illinois yard. Numbers 7010-4 will wear the script lettering version of the original... (more)
Heading west out of Victorville, California, Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 4014 meets an eastbound UP freight (UP M-WCOG-09) at Frost, the location of the Santa Fe’s “natural crossover.” This spot is whe... (more)
Three eight month old, big MLW's accelerate a westbound manifest through suburban Montreal on their way to Smiths Falls.
The station porters at Shimla relax as they await the next arrival from Kalka. Their work is hard and heavy due to the amount of steep paths with no vehicle access in this very interesting town.
Returning back to California for the first time under its own power, UP 4014 Big Boy steam locomotives roars with life as it climbs over the summit of Cima Hill. The Big Boy stopped here for a sch... (more)
The little Salmon River Trestle is quite the sight to see in Northern New Brunswick, about 15 minutes south of Grand Falls, this 3,920 foot long trestle is a great spot for photography. Fall has a... (more)
Bath and Hammondsport c424 #422 leads a southbound high and wide movement consisting of 2 Street cars Manufactured at the Bombadier Transportation USA facility in Bath, NY.
Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 4014 has arrived at the railroad’s West Colton Yard and is backing its 10-car train down the mainline to the western end of the yard, and then will head straight into the yar... (more)
CP 7010 and CP 7015 rest in CPs Bensenville Yard all alone on a clear blue day.
After getting a signal, the passenger special approaches West Colton Yard as they cross Valley Blvd.
UP 4014 made a service stop just after exiting the BNSF main lines at Silverwood in Cajon Pass.
How is it I am so privileged to see this magnificent machine?
The Norfolk & Western J class 4-8-4 No. 611 some will say is the finest passenger steam locomotive of all time. You are looking at ... (more)
Going to Cerro de Pasco, entering Junin on the Altiplano right behind the Andes range.