The Monogahela heritage unit leads a short 34N eastbound out of Alliance, Ohio on the NS Fort Wayne Line during the season's first snowfall.
A very foggy day
A grey engine with grey passenger cars against a grey sky: a picture representative of today's SNCF! Not anymore the railraod one can be most enthusiastic about.
With the rolling hills of rural coastal Maine as a backdrop, on a dreary drizzly day, WW&F Ry Number 9 hauls a five car mixed train up the steepest, part of the railroad, known as "the ladder." A... (more)
The Coast Starlight makes its way across the Alviso slough lands on a misty and moody morning.
Into the Void
With the blizzard raging on, the last Manhattan bound F Train for this day heads off into near whiteout conditions. The NYC Subway System was the last standing means of v... (more)
"DB Eastbound Homeboard"
A dark signal stands guard along a dead railroad on a gloomy day in the Kearny meadows. After only three years since the last train passed throug... (more)
"SANDMAN'S FOGGY DAYS"
Winchester and Western's "Sandman" out of Gore, VA has seen better days. With fuel prices at a steady low, Unimin, it's parent company and bi... (more)
The fog was so thick, I almost wished that I had a knife... NS T12 is moving to couple onto the last few cars of it's consist before heading south toward Sevier Yard. 27V is passing on the Main.
A pair of quiet GPs emerge from the fog at Flatonia, TX. Quiet for the weekend, the pair will come to life on Monday morning to service area customers.
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.
While the railroad was quiet, the sky was not. Within moments of taking this image, the photographer was drenched. But I got the shot of impending doom with the diesels in the spot of sun.
"The Hurricane Turn"
It's a rainy day in a remote reach of the Alaskan wilderness as a lone GP40 leads a small northbound train over the Hurricane Gulch Viaduct. The trai... (more)
BNSF SD70MAC no. 8941 leads a BN painted SD70MAC and BNSF SD70ACe on the Laurel, Mont., to Denver, Colo., manifest near Broomfield on October 28, 2013.
The sun tries hard to burn off thick fog as the Vermonter rolls into town.