After meeting the Boron local just west of here, BNSF 5242 brings its eastbound manifest one step closer to Barstow as it hustles across the Mojave Desert community of Hinkley.
A touch of black and white takes us back to the early 1900's as a pair of crew members discuss the next switch moves in front of Nevada Northern locomotives No. 40 and No. 93. Thanks to Steve Cris... (more)
Amtrak’s California Zephyr makes its station stop at Grand Junction, Colorado, on the afternoon of February 5, 2018. On the rear of No. 5 this day is California Zephyr dome-observation “Silver Sol... (more)
An eastbound Canadian Pacific stack train snakes along the Thompson River escaping rugged Black Canyon at Ashcroft, British Columbia, on July 7, 2004.
RJC pushes a grain train up the grade in Muster, PA.
Leaning into the curve as it banks toward the Lackawanna Ave. grade crossing, Nevada Northern No. 93 puts on a show as it barks upgrade with the wrecking train in tow.
BNSF 8075 northbound out of Alliance, with a manifest, creates it's own blizzard.
BNSF 6589, NS 9691, & BNSF 7877 lead two Boeing fuselages westbound.
When it rains...The weather finally decided to rain on our Parade near the end of a Lerro Productions Charter. No sooner than did it pour on this runby did the rain stop entirely.
Louisville & Indiana GP11's lead a local job north by the Clark County airport as they head for Speed Indiana.
Following a full afternoon's worth of photography on the point of the wrecking train, Nevada Northern No. 93 catches the last light of the day as it unloads a happy group of photographers at the E... (more)
Cotton Belt 9630 leads an eastbound manifest train slowly up San Timoteo Canyon at the El Casco crossovers.
A helper set has just cut off an eastbound coal train and is heading back to Andover while a westbound empty train waits to follow him.
With a UP SD70M leading the way, 272 passes through the East End of Eckman Yard on their way to Bluefield.
Scores of Separation
Three forms of commuter train propulsion are seen in NJ Transit’s yard in Dover, New Jersey, representing two twenty-year intervals. in railroad technology. ... (more)