Due to a passing cold front off of the coast of California, the cloudy conditions add a bit of drama to this image. This is a westbound stack train, heading for the Port of Long Beach, California.
Eastbound Q411 crosses the Potomac River and is about to enter the tunnel, on a beautiful August day. Note the clarity difference of the Shenandoah River.
GP38-2 1801 and GP40-2 2202 leads Polar Bear Express into Moosonee after a slow trip through heavy snow that put one engine out of service due to shorting and blocked vents on the second engine
CN 5708 and BCR 4606 haul a CN Stack though the Canyon towards the Pacific Coast.
California Dreaming! A wonderful chase of the SP Santa Cruz local during the week of Winterail in 1997 turned up this trio of still SP lettered units, and many fine images. This one however just ... (more)
CC20406 leads the way over the high bridge.
Thundering across the Two Medicine River
At 22:53 the kids (boys ages 7, 7, and 5), still up as they are wired on an intoxicating blend of "Smores", the excitement of the campfire on a short weekend camping trip, and railroading, get an ... (more)
4 am crew call for a move to San Pedro
After a long day working Union Station, this railroader catches a ride back to Ivy City engine terminal.
GM perfoming high altitude tests on unit.
The Tay Bridge is the longest railway bridge in the UK at just over two miles. The structure seen here is the second attempt at bridging the estuary, the first famously collapsed during a violent ... (more)
At sunrise BNSF 1070 leads train 12T west over the trestle spanning the Genesee River and the high falls in Letchworth State Park.