Light power heads NB up the 2.07% grade in the Boreas River canyon on the former D&H Sanford Lake Branch. This grade runs from the Hudson River bridge to Stillwater siding. The power is going to g... (more)
An empty Brice coal train climbs the Clinchfield loops south of Altapass in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina as it heads back to the mines of West Virginia to get more black rock. It is e... (more)
Three Cascade green Burlington Northern locomotives pull BNSF train No. 20 eastbound along the frozen banks of the Clark Fork between Bearmouth and Drumond, Montana, on February 8, 1997. At this p... (more)
The Maple Leaf departs Rochester over High Falls on Amtrak's Empire Service line in the winter with fresh snow and ice on nearby trees.
Diesel shunter CHME3T-7341 on territory carriage depot LVCHD-1 Kyiv-Pasazhyrskyi. This diesel loco was built by ČKD Praha in 1991. Also this locomotive was registered to the depot TCH-9 Darny... (more)
Icicles on the station. On a very snowy afternoon, CP 8800 leads loaded ethanol train CP 650 past the icicle-covered Lasalle Station. Pushing at the rear is CP 8739.
A New England rail tradition for many years was the February snow train excursion over the Boston & Maine between Boston and North Conway, NH, that was sponsored by the Boston chapter of the Railr... (more)
After taking the first cut of loaded coal hoppers to a siding near Mount Hope, a pair of run-through CSX motors return light to Pax to pick up another loaded of coal on R.J. Corman's Loup Creek Br... (more)
Eastbound Q384, led by a pair of Wisconsin Central units, enters the cut approaching the west portal of Sand Patch Tunnel. Sand Patch Tower is in the left background.
A westbound train of empty hoppers exits Cooper Tunnel.
Pusher set J69 ducks under the icicles and into Cooper's tunnel on a fridged late December afternoon.
How many folks realized that there was an Illinois High-Speed Rail decal applied to some Amtrak equipment? It was news to me until I saw it as well. The sticker denotes Chicago to St. Louis, whic... (more)