Santa Fe Corwith Yard, now under ownership of BNSF Railway, shot from my Toronto-bound Porter flight back in 2010.
Close up view of the maintenance building complex in the Coney Island Yard. The Coney Island Yard is the largest rapid transit yard in the world. Visible in the center is a collection of historic... (more)
The Nickel Plate Road 765 and NS NKP heritage unit 8100 on the Harrisburg Division employee excursion back down the Lurgan Line onto the Reading Bridge to wye the train. This view offers a detaile... (more)
An aerial shot of Mojave, CA. The UP Mojave sub can be seen coming down from the mountains into its namesake town. Also visible on the right are several aircraft from the Mojave aircraft boneyard.... (more)
The Nickel Plate Road 765 passes through downtown Harrisburg along side an opposite direction autorack train. The head end of the auto rack is at CP Capitol and is stretched out passed the Amtrak ... (more)
The Nickel Plate Road 765 and NS 8100 the NKP Heritage enters the Rockville Bridge overtaking a westbound intermodal. Visible near the top is a train holding on the NS Buffalo Line short of CP WYE... (more)
The Nickel Plate Road 765 and NS 8100 the NKP Heritage unit lead an NS employee excursion across the famed Rockville Bridge.
The Nickel Plate Road 765 and NS 8100 the NKP Heritage unit lead an NS employee excursion across the famed Rockville Bridge. Visible the lower left is the Bridgeview B&B.
Here's a shot of the NY Transit Authority's Heritage fleet. The 36th street yard in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The yard is primarily for diesel and electric maintenance-of-way and other rolling stock.... (more)
From a Cessna at 900' over the Hudson, here is a midday aerial of Hoboken Terminal on July 2nd, 2012. This terminal is surprisingly compact. On the ground it seems large; from the air, it become... (more)
What is a better way to shoot all 20 heritage units?? From the air! All 20 heritage units and NS 1030 sit around the turntable in Spencer to celebrate NS's 30th anniversary.
The Coney Island Yard is the largest rapid transit yard in the world. The complex covers nearly 75 acres and performs heavy maintenance and overhaul on many of the subway cars in New York City.
A collection of Virginia Railway Express trains sit North of Washington Union Station in between the morning and afternoon rushes. Also visible is the Amtrak Ivy City complex to the right and the ... (more)
An aerial shot of the Washington Terminal behind Union Station. A mix of Amtrak and MARC trains being switched during a mid day lull.
An aerial shot of a pair of Amtrak AEM-7s 953 and 931 head to the Amtrak Ivy City complex from Union Station. The Washington DC Bus Terminal is at the top.