Climbing the grade. One of the Mount Washington Cog Railway's biodiesel's is climing a grade near the base station while doing some switching.
After making a quick pick up in town the 905 heads north to meet the hotshot 107 north of town.
One of the original SD70M-2's leads train 107 through St. Augustine. At this point the fate of the the M's was known to not be long but no one was sure how ling they would have. Well as of this we... (more)
A pair of SD40's lead a typical massive 226 north towards Bowden through St. Augustine.
Fall colors are starting to really show in Denali with nice shades of yellows, in just a short time the colors will be at a full yellow peaking here.
Ex-CN GP40-2L(W)'s near and far. At right is VTR 311, at one end of what will be the excursion train for the Glory Days Festival in White River Junction the following day. In the distance a... (more)
After a day of almost nothing but clouds, they have cleared and left me with a very nice and sunny evening to chase trains. Here the fair train rolls down the Palmer branch as it pulls up to Matan... (more)
A westbound grain train heads through Bowness on a clear, warm afternoon. It's weird to think it was snowing this time last week. It looks as though we're going to get a nice autumn afterall.
4008 is the DPU on today's QAP train as they unload at the stone yard off of C street. It will lead the trip back north to Kashwitna.
Q042 comes through Acworth behind a couple of GE's
A Blue Ridge Southern SD40-2(former SD45) moves woodchip hoppers around in downtown Canton.
Under the heavy sky this MAN DMU stopping for a little at Veria station waiting an InteCity passing.
3012 has the fair train on the drawbars as it cruises north to Palmer just a few miles ahead with a train full of people from Anchorage going to the State Fair.
Amtrak No. 6, the eastbound California Zephyr, is seen through the clean dome windows of private car “Sierra Hotel” curving through Dotsero, Colorado, on February 3, 2002.
A westbound Canadian Pacific coal train snakes into Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on on a hot June 23, 2006. On the opposite bank of the Thompson River, an eastbound Canadian Na... (more)