Under threatening skies, UP's LPA-55 The Marsh Job, runs westbound back home to Butler.
An eastbound BNSF trackage rights train approaches Pinecliffe running parallel to CO 72, Coal Creek Canyon Road.
Indiana Harbor Belt genset 2141 rolls though Blue Island with a transfer run to one of the areas many yards.
Newly rebuilt NS 1800 rounds the Woodbridge S curve on Conrail's Port Reading Secondary. This engine was rebuilt from NS 2537, a standard cab SD70. It received a new EMD designed widecab, DC to AC... (more)
A CSX local crosses westbound over the Genesee River's High Falls in the City of Rochester.
75 Loads from the Clearco Xinergy Mine follow Big Clear Creek towards Rupert on the former NF&G / C&O Big Clear Creek Subdivision. The line was heavily damaged by flooding on June 23rd 2016 which... (more)
Amid a beautiful autumn in Glacier National Park, a westbound BNSF stack train curves along the Middle Fork of the Flathead River as it exits Tunnel 4 just east of West Glacier (Belton), Montana, ... (more)
The Columbia River Belt Line 2-4-4-2, "Skookum" makes her first public appearance under steam lined up next to McCloud Railway #25, a 2-6-2 and to the far right, Polson Logging Co. #2, a... (more)
D&RGW K-27 #453 begins its trek around Tanglefoot Curve on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad. #453 was renumbered from #463 for this Friends of the Cumbres & Toltec fall photo charter.
The folks who make the photos possible. A photo album depicting the pretty scenes along the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad would not be complete without a portrait of the folks who made the 2... (more)
Just another Fall season on the little railroad of Dutch country, Pennsylvania.
McCloud River Railroad 2-6-2 Prairie steam locomotive #25 hauls a mixed freight train across the wooden trestle at Stasek Slough near Idaville, OR in the setting sun of an October evening.
A little West Coast flavor for Halloween Eve 2018.
An eastbound Canadian Pacific grain empty immediately exits a tunnel and crosses the Fraser River on this aesthetic truss bridge at Cisco, British Columbia, on September 28, 2001.