Black Thunder West's coal silo towers over the coal fields of Wyoming as streaks of shiny aluminum coal hoppers streak underneath.
A GE 7FDL 16 cylinder diesel locomotive engine sits outside of BNSF's Alliance, Nebraska locomotive shops.
Sparks fly and paint CTA MOW workers in a blue glow as a CTA train passes Tower 18 in downtown Chicago.
The ghost town of Thurmond, West Virginia sits in an eerie silence only awakened by passing CSX coal and freight trains.
The bartender reaches into the cooler for a cold one at the "400" Club in Altoona, Wisconsin which was named after the famous Chicago and Northwestern passenger train that used to pass right by th... (more)
A BNSF freight train break out from a tornado warned thunderstorm.
The construction project of the new EOG Resources, Inc. frac sand loading facility in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin that will be served by the Wisconsin Northern Railroad. This plant is almost done an... (more)
A close lightning strike flashes above the Union Pacific depot in Altoona, Wisconsin as yard power hunkers down in the yard waiting out the thunderstorm's heavy rains and wind bursts.
Canadian Pacific 9704 leads empty well cars up the River Sub through a snow storm just north of Minnesota City.
An inbound Metra passenger train flies towards Chicago Union Station as a low cloud base hangs just above the downtown skyline including Trump Tower. The train is just in the outskirts of downtown... (more)
Two lone switchers sit engulfed by the steel structures around the Twin Ports. The structure on the right is used for loading grain into ships with the Blatnik Bridge in the background.
A BNSF train glides over the Prescott lift bridge over an empty boat dock on an almost eerily calm St. Croix River with a mirror like surface.
A coal train can be seen lighting a path through the heart of Kansas City.
A very thick early morning fog engulfs everything in sight in a blanket of white. The red flashing and ringing crossing lights were the only indication that this Triple Crown Roadrailer train was ... (more)
The lights of the Altoona yard eerily light a set of locomotives from the very dark night that covers the rest of the yard. The EOT can be seen at the other end of the yard from a departing train.