Amtrak's California Zephyr train #5 pauses briefly while Rio Grande dispatcher 5 recites a 'permissive card' to allow the train to flag a red signal at a CTC controlled switch in Utah County known... (more)
Here's a different perspective of a familiar location. Rather than grab the typical track level shot in Price Canyon at Lynn, I decided to climb a rock outcropping and gain some elevation. Amtrak'... (more)
In clearer skies on Friday, GCRY F40PH 237 departs the south rim of the Grand Canyon with the Williams Flyer in tow.
Leaving Denver in its wake: The westbound Rio Grande Ski Train heads out of Denver just west of Leyden, Colorado, during sunrise on a bright January 6, 2001.
After a 5-hour delay due to a Norwalk virus that spread and killed an elderly passenger, and hospitalized a few others, a new crew brings the 12-car transcontinental VIA #2 around the S curve at R... (more)
RNC OCS heading back to Jax.
Amtrak’s train No. 4, the Southwest Chief, is traversing a scenic curve just east Cosnino at Milepost 331 near Flagstaff, Arizona, on April 20, 1990. The San Francisco Peaks dominate the backgroun... (more)
Amtrak No. 8, the Empire Builder, slams through the snow drifts by the Brookfield depot in a Wisconsin blizzard on February 12, 1994.
The daily 09h30 departure for Grand Canyon village bask under the morning sun. The train will follow (and overtake) the double-header steam operated pulled by Grand Canyon 4960 and ATSF 3751.
Eastbound Builder eases through light snow at Dayton's Bluff while a bandit MP15AC lurks in the distance.
Catching the late afternoon sun on the racetrack, a Metra commuter serves the western suburbs of Chicago under the power of F40PH No. 117.
The little town of Winlock is quite deservedly know for having the "World's Largest Egg" featured in a downtown park, but few folks know the town is also known for this giant red cock across the s... (more)
Snowflake Express and Santa on board a train load of Kids and Families And made 6 runs on a 1.5 Hour ride out and back.
Snowflake Express and Santa with a train load of Kids go for a 1.5 Hour ride out and back.
VIA 6438 leads Windsor bound train 73 up the Dundas Subdivision at Bayview Junction, after crossing off of the Oakville.