The Maryland Midland Highfield turn continues west toward Thurmont after dropping off a flatcar at Keymar as the Sun rises to the East 90 minutes after daybreak on this cold and bright Winter morn... (more)
Helpers assist freight down the hill as the sun rises higher and higher
On the train's namesake trestle, which crosses over the Holston River within sight of its confluence with the French Broad to form the Tennessee, the Three Rivers Rambler brings a Santa train into... (more)
Nickel Plate Road 765 rolls south towards the town of Owosso during an "Historic Transportation Preservation" charter.
Q339 catches the first rays of light on a foggy October morning.
As the sun rises, a UP manifest is about to enter the BNSF Needles Sub for its trackage rights journey west towards West Colton, CA on 3/7/13. 2 UP SD60M's would be the rear end helpers on this tr... (more)
At 06.30 pm just during the sunrise the local train is leaving Chalkis
Morning at Moodna....what could be finer? Hope these commuters heading to work feel the same!
After meeting Amtrak #6 at Platteville, UP's Denver, CO to Green River, WY Manifest (MDVGR-21) gets up to track speed as the train races north out of Platteville as the sun is about to set behind ... (more)
Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 storms by with a freight train during a crisp February 7, 2006, sunrise. The action takes place on the Heber Valley railroad out of Heber, Utah, during a winter photo f... (more)
Steam - and Christmas is four days off.
The sun rises over Bellevue and when it goes higher it changes the colors of the shining rails it touches, here a kind of coppery gold.
Strong storms of have moved east and the smell of fresh rain lingers in the cool evening air as an eastbound CP train splits the small Minnesota town of Belgrade at sunset.
An Amtrak HHP-8 leads a southbound train over the Susquehanna River Bridge as a new day dawns.
The Great Salt Lake... one of the most beautiful photo places I have visited in my life. At dusk, you can sometimes see two trains following one that's already on the dam. When I first saw the lig... (more)