Pasco, WA to Birmingham AL train 124 cruises across the Lake Pend Oreille bridge.
Norfolk Southern Railway Company 8114, Norfolk Southern's ninth heritage locomotive, rests under a colorful sunrise outside the paint shop at DeButts Yard in Chattanooga. Casey Thomason photo, ... (more)
Western Washington has been experiencing an "Artic" blast of winter with temperatures in the teens. This is the second snow storm we have had this year. AMTK train 513 cruises by some trees covere... (more)
An SY crosses a bridge above a busy street and market as it arrives at Ganshui to collect a train of empties for Qingqihai on the Datong coal railway.
Pennsylvania 8102, Norfolk Southern's sixth heritage unit, rests outside the paint shop in Altoona. Casey Thomason photo, copyright Norfolk Southern Corporation. For more information, visit <... (more)
Monsoon thunderstorms spawned this magnificent light show.
UP #4012 basks in the sunshine on display at Steamtown National Historic Park. A new perspective taken at 180 mm.
An amazing light show takes place as an eastbound freight ascends the famous Tehachapi Loop. Traffic from nearby Route 58 adds to the scene, visible at far right. This exposure was so long that ... (more)
Not the way to start a rainy day! Night shift has left day shift a problem. Not much will move until 806 gets lifted out of the pit.
To me at least...the monsoon season in the desert southwest, makes the summer season something to look forward to. Here just east of the downtown Kingman area, near its airport...you can see some ... (more)
A 108-car southbound empty grain train "loops the loop" on the famed "Tehachapi Loop" in this aerial image taken on a perfect day in May.
Conrail 8098, Norfolk Southern's first heritage locomotive, poses at the shop in Altoona. Casey Thomason photo, copyright Norfolk Southern Corporation. For more information, visit
Raillink 1400 inches its way out onto King Street. GEXR now has 1400 & 1401. They will be used on the plow runs from Stratford to Goderich Ontario
Mower Lumber Co. Shay No. 4 leads a work train through the s-curve below Whittaker as part of the Cass Scenic Railroad's annual Fall Photography Workshop.