As "golden hour" light begins to set in, a Z7 intermodal train from the Logistic Park terminal in Kansas City, KS to North Bay, CA races westward through the red rock cut in Hackberry. L... (more)
One of BNSF's new ES44C4s leads a westbound Z-train through "downtown" Valentine as the three unit hustle a short string of high priority cargo towards North Bay, Calif.
After a stormy day along the northern Arizona region, the sun broke out for only a few minutes towards the end of this early March day. Luck would be on my side as a Los Angeles, CA to Chicago (in... (more)
After spend the past two days shooting the BNSF Seligman Subdivision with fellow RP contributor Shelley Hunter, we got lucky with a few snow storms hitting the region. Well, after the second day, ... (more)
Moments before the sun rises over the Colorado Plateau, a stack train bound for the ports of Long Beach, Calif. fights the steep grade towards Flagstaff, Ariz. as it knocks down the green light fo... (more)
Hustling across Steptoe Creek, locomotive #93 pulls the steam crane eastward during a chilly morning in north eastern Nevada.
Looking down at the Keystone line that runs west out the town of Ely, Nevada Northern's 4-6-0 steam locomotive charges up the pass with a freight and passengers on a fine February evening. This wa... (more)
An eastbound loaded coal train scoots through Waco towards Lincoln, NE for a crew change on a mid June day.
The observation deck of the Golden Spike Tower Museum provides an excellent place to sit back and watch some great rail action. Bailey Yard, the largest yard in the world is the hub for the Union ... (more)
A North Little Rock, AR bound manifest waits Bailey Yard for a crew to be delivered to begin its journey east out of North Platte.
Returning from the Grand Canyon, the 2-8-2 steam locomotive #4960 slowly creeps into the station on a warm September evening in Williams, Arizona.
An eastbound loaded grain train, with an NS unit third out, slow makes its way through the green hills of Borie, Wyoming as it approaches the crew changing point in Cheyenne.
Slowly moving over the Des Moines River, the daily Boone to Eagle Grove manifest over the ex-Chicago Western high river bridge, built in 1903, on a stormy June afternoon.
A rare EMD motor leads a military train over the Seligman Sub as it slowly crawls to the control point to let a higher priority train over take it before continuing westward.
I was woken up by knock on at my front door to find fellow RP contributor, and good friend, Jake Miile. Of course, this resulted in a late afternoon of foaming. Well, with our luck, we didn't get ... (more)