After a day of heavy snow the sun breaks through in the afternoon as the ZCSLT heads west through Soda Springs, CA.
For a winter or two, the norm was for the spreader to load the #1 track with snow and let the flangers have some fun. On this February day the spreader has done its job and the 604 is nose plowi... (more)
In one of my first photos as a young teenage railfan, a pair of Conrail E44 electrics speed eastbound through a heavy snowstorm. The train is operating on the '"Trenton Cut Off', a 48 mile l... (more)
It's a cold dreary February day as the UP Western Pacific heritage unit leads southbound CSX Q505 into Worthville on its way to Louisville.
Little diesel storming uphill at a steady 15mph.
Wearing Conrail blue paint, an E44 electric goes solo with a westbound intermodal train. The train is operating on the '"Trenton Cut Off', a 48 mile line built by the PRR to allow trains bet... (more)
After picking up pigs from a westbound BNSF Z train, KCS 2820 heads back to Dallas through fields covered with a very rare snowfall.
A mixed freight rolls through a winter wonderland between Oakvale and Ingleside, WV.
Snow-covered equipment sits in Metra's Aurora Yard waiting for its next call to go into Chicago.
Amtrak No. 6 passes the BNSF yard in Burlington, IA, as it heads for the crossing of the Upper Mississippi River into Illinois.
In a hard-blowing snow storm, an eastbound BNSF coal train roars across the Illinois plains near Cameron, with its next crew change at Galesburg.
Soo Line 1548 (ex-Milwaukee Road) switches Jones Island in Milwaukee, WI in January of 1993. Several boats are in the harbor for winter lay-up, including the Arthur Anderson, the boat that followe... (more)
UP 6080 is gliding down the West slope as the engineer exchanges waves with myself and Kevin Dorn. The train is crossing the upper cascade bridge at Troy, CA.
The Business End. Most of the time Flanger shots focus on the head end. I am one of those too especially when they are nose plowing. In this shot, a good view of the business end of the a... (more)