The beauty of the sunrise caught in a frame.
Empire Builders meetWe’re looking out the door window on the rear sleeper of Amtrak’s eastbound Empire Builder moving through a siding over a frigid and barren eastern Montana landscape... (more)
A Winter evening sunset in Bensalem, PA illuminates an eastbound Amtrak Keystone as it barrels along the Northeast Corridor bound for New York City.
On what turned out to be a very cold day a buddy and I drove the 212 miles from Anchorage to Cantwell where the Alaska RR snow fleet had tied up for the night. With a 0600 call time we knew we wou... (more)
A Trenton-bound local accelerates out of Edison station toward the setting sun.
A late summer trip sort of limited our success on our list trip to the Pacific NW. But did create great sunrise and sunsets. Here a Westbound train crosses the famous bridge over Lake Pend Oreil... (more)
Smoky skies create beautiful sunrise light as a eastbound train crosses the single track bridge across Lake Pend Oreille near Sandpoint, ID.
Sumpter Valley Sunrise. The fireman on Eccles Lumber Company Heisler #3 stands atop the tank on his locomotive as the first rays of the October sun come bursting over the hills to the east ... (more)
On time northbound Pacific Surfliner No. 759 from Los Angeles reaches Santa Barbara just as the sun rises.
In a brilliant sunrise on July 7, 2018, a westbound BNSF grain train slowly grinds up Winston Hill approaching milepost 214 east of the top of the grade at Winston, Montana.
Westbound NS 145 pierces through the fog at sunrise near Clymers, IN.
The early morning sun shines through a thick blanket of fog as CSX stack train L143 begins to accelerate out of Deshler, Ohio as they roll under the B&O signal bridge which guards the end of the s... (more)
The sun is just about to go down and rays are glowing bright in the sky above the clouds, and a coal train is makes its way eastbound at track speed, with an SD70ACe on the point.
With red signals ahead nothing to do but sit and watch the beautiful sky as the sun sinks slowly beneath the horizon.