The NS Nickel Plate Road heritage unit trails behind a BNSF C4 and a rebuilt AC44C6M on a New York to Los Angeles intermodal train as it slowly makes its way into town to be fueled and inspected.
FEC 101 kicking up dust at Colfax running with some autoracks on the head end.
From the west side of the famous bridge at Cienega creek, shooting a silhouette is tough...but the drone makes it doable. Careful to avoid a equipment loss, I precisely maneuvered the drone into ... (more)
BNSF 6567 (ES44C4) leads a container train through Denver and will stop at the intermodal facility on the north side of town.
FEC 226 on a warm morning with some extra power which sometimes occurs on a Sunday. Meanwhile 60-70 miles north of here severe storms rage in south Georgia.
Southbound unit tank train passing over the north bridge.
A slow moving intermodal train grinds up the eastern slope of Goffs Hill as the morning sun rises over the eastern Mojave Desert on a warm September morning.
2018 Arizona saw a good amount of rain and monsoon storms. In early July the weather produced amazing skies as the eastbound auto train glinted behind storm clouds.
Just after sunset a westbound auto train and the slide fences glint in the deep cut at West Doublea on the BNSF Seligman Sub.
A late afternoon intermodal train heads east into the Winslow yard on the BNSF Seligman Sub.
UP 7562 is negotiating the curves around Cienega Creek as it heads underneath the famous bridge and traditional westbound track on the UP Lordsburg sub.
FEC 101 runs around FEC 905, which is working Florida Rock off of the main.
Bridges are synonymous with the FEC and Stuart is by far my favorite. FEC is still a pioneer in railroading, being the only railroad to successfully utilize LNG as a diesel fuel.
I only photographed one train on my Honeymoon. Our 10 Year Anniversary trip was approximately a repeat of that trip, including photographing the same train at the same location crossing the same ... (more)
BNSF 7003 leads a westbound stacker through Kingman Canyon.