An early morning shot of Union Pacific No. 4849 and a unit Tank Train strung out along the causeway.
NS SD40-2 3547, leads local train D32 towards Bloomington, Illinois.
A BNSF emd leads the nightly Tucson to Phoenix manifest train with monsoon storms raging to the east.
The Alaska Railroad’s Hurricane Turn crosses the Susitna River at Gold Creek. in a very remote part of the railroad. No roads in this area. The only way in is the Railroad or bush plane. Gold is s... (more)
Ex- Boston and Maine 4266 poses on the turntable in North Conway for a photo on a beautiful late summer evening. Lighting supplied by Fred Jones and John Tully. A careful observer will see ex- B&M... (more)
BNSF 8774 and an SD70MAC mate handle a Z-train west from Merritt, WA across Nason Creek as they start their final assault on Stevens Pass.
BNSF 4654 heads west past the Amtrak station in downtown Flagstaff.
A heavy EB stack train fights it way upgrade at Sibyl on a beautiful stormy night
Early Bird Gets The Worm. My most favorite scheme BNSF Used, unfortunately it did not last longer than the 900-1000 series GEs. Taken this morning, I Was in Berea by 6:30 as Q560 was scheduled to ... (more)
Making a rare appearance on the coast line while assisting the Pacific Surfliner service with a massive increase in ridership following the temporary closure of US 101, CDTX 2051 brings up the rea... (more)
A morning Eastbound, BNSF No. 6705, pulls a string of JB Hunt Intermodel Containers across the causeway separating the Columbia River from Chamberlain Lake into Lyle WA.
A mixed Manifest exits Tunnel 3 on the Fallbridge Sub and into the morning light.
As the bluffs of the Mississippi River swallow up the sun for the night, one of BNSF's "Smurf" EMD GP38-2s lead West Quincy based road switcher R HLA8351 09I west through Hannibal, MO's Kiwanis Pa... (more)
A fairly new UP Tier 4 EMD leads Q126 for Memphis and crosses the Satilla River outside of Waycross, Georgia
With Oregon's Mount Hood dominating the background (over 45 miles to the west) a BNSF loaded grain train snakes its way though the Columbia River Gorge near Maryhill, Washington.