A westbound Canadian National freight crosses Anderson Creek Bridge in Fraser River Canyon moments after departing the crew change point of Boston Bar, British Columbia, on August 31, 2007.
Two westbound E-44s with a sister dead-in-tow are climbing the short, sharp grade from the Port Road to the Enola Branch. It's almost startling to see the graffiti-free boxcars of 40 years ago. ... (more)
A blue hour image of a loaded 60-car train of limestone heading up Proctor Hill while the American Century and Philip R. Clarke load ore at CN's ore dock. Tug Helen H assists the Clarke.
My late grandparents (on the left) give a sense of scale to two of the world's greatest steam locomotives- C&O H-8 No. 1604 and N&W Class A No. 1218. The location is the old Roanoke Transportatio... (more)
Vermont Rail System's former Ringling Brothers Pie Car (ex-RBBX #63010) turned Green Mountain Railroad 3010, is seen getting a lift (Pie in the Sky, if you will...) for the replacement of its whee... (more)
"Old Rivets" at twilight, literally and figuratively, in her star-spangled US Bicentennial garb, southbound at 60-per with a Truc-Train. The engineer gives a hearty wave from the cab of... (more)
Beginning the climb up Cuesta Pass, Amtrak's northbound Coast Starlight, carrying a pair of Amtrak California units, crosses Stenner Creek trestle as it approaches the Gold Tree horseshoe curve. T... (more)
Every one is taking it all in as steam powered Rotary OY, K36 487 and K36 488 Clean out the tracks a Cumbres Summit.
Going to work At the depot in Field, British Columbia, a Canadian Pacific railroader heads to his power on September 16, 2002. Between 1972 and 1985, CP acquired a huge fleet of EMD/GMD... (more)
Pilgrimage train, back from Lourdes.
SF30C 9516 leads SDFP45 95 and SD40-2 5146 on a westbound.
SD80MAC 4100 leads a westbound towards Selkirk Yard.
6558 leads classmates 6557, 6569 and 6560.