Fog in the lower regions, sun and nothing else in the mountains and the last day of the summer season means always a high peak in traffic on the Wengernalpbahn. In such occasions the older veteran... (more)
The day after Christmas, a westbound stack train tiptoes its way across the Clark Fork River bridge between Colby and Clark Fork, ID as the frozen Cabinet Mountains stand guard high above.
The first snow has fallen while autumn is still in full swing, with the last larches just turning yellow - A rather unusual, but nice combination of colors.
Conrail GP38-2 8270 is photographed in the snow at Perryville in February 1996.
A Family Lines Transfer Caboose is spotted in West Baltimore in 1996.
A westbound CSX freight makes it way by the old PRR Homestead Station.
A CNW SD45 from its last order and an SD40 bend around the frozen shore of Dells Pond, part of the Chippewa River on a frigid February day in 1972. The train has just left Altoona, passed by the E... (more)
Southern Pacific spreader MW 4034 cleans wet snow off the double track at Soda Springs, California, on March 10, 2000. Powering the train are SP GP38-2 Nos. 4841 and 4812.
An ex-SCL GP40 and ex-Chessie GP30M sit in Keyser Yard on a cold December day.
Additional locomotives: KDS Kladno / 740 - 848-7 & 898-2
Trailing the traditional caboose, Soo Line train No. 218 kicks up powdery snow on a very cold February 25, 1994, at Duplainville, Wisconsin.
DE30AC 422 has two bilevels and DE30AC 410 seen passing over the bridge over Hashamomuck Pond. The snow brings out two engines on the Greenport scoot allowing photo opportunities for their westbou... (more)