Union Pacific's Denver to Salt Lake City manifest freight rolls downgrade through Spanish Fork Canyon just after sunrise on May 27, 2016. Plentiful wet weather has left its mark along the lush gre... (more)
Curving past the old mainline bridge over Stoyoma Creek on Canadian National in Fraser River Canyon is a westbound Canadian Pacific coal train approaching Boston Bar, British Columbia, on Septembe... (more)
CP 9620 leads a grain train over Union Pacific's Joso bridge across the Snake River. During a three day visit to the bridge, we never caught a UP unit on the front of a train. Power was CP, BNSF a... (more)
Westbound grain loads coming out of the Kicking Horse Canyon at CP Hill.
Q 254 is starting to make its way across the Ohio River, tucking under one of only two control points in Kentucky were B&O CPL protects.
The DPs off of a westbound coal train slowly fade away into the tunnel at Poe along the ex-WP Feather River Canyon line.
An empty coal train twists thru the narrow confines of South Boulder Canyon. The train is entering one of the tightest curves on the ex DRGW mainlines at 12 degrees.... This section of railroad is... (more)
An eastbound coal train to Eastman Chemical in Kingsport, TN drops downgrade into Jasper, VA. Wallins Ridge rises to the left.
A Canadian Pacific coal train passes by CP GP38-2 No. 3084 in the small yard at Fernie, British Columbia, on July 16, 2011.
A southbound stack train for Laredo traverses this former Mopac route.
A BNSF AC4400CW leads a Los Angeles bound commuter train from San Bernardino down the media of the I-10 Freeway. The Railroad was here first and the freeway was built around it.
Still in the "Bright Future" scheme, CSXT AC4400CW 433 leads Q018 into Buffalo for a crew change. The old NYC Buffalo Central Terminal can be seen in the distance.
Sunset has come to the Nebraska Panhandle, and the trains keep on rolling. UP 5610 leads a loaded coal train East on the strikingly beautiful South Morrill Subdivision, while an empty coal train h... (more)
UP 5566 is a few hundred feet from the summit of Logan Hill with over a mile of coal in tow.
One thing about photographing CP, chances are pretty good you will get a red GE unit in the lead position. Here is an eastbound mixed freight going onto a stretch of double track.