The 2008 Railfan Weekend train comes out of the fog and mist on an early Saturday morning.
Water vapor proceeds freight out of Hoosac Tunnel. When it hits the cool outside air it turns to fog and surrounds locomotives for several hundred feet from portal.
The 3751 lends a hand in the production of The Fabulous Esquires Big Band CD titled Full Steam Ahead. The train was cold for the photo shoot. We chose to use the cheaper option of rented fog machi... (more)
The early morning fog lingers in the Clinch River Valley as a northbound CSX empty coal train rumbles across the Copper Creek Viaduct on its trek to the coal mines of Eastern Kentucky.
Fog slowly lifts as 23R runs north.
A railfan takes video of 11V with three EMD leaders as it heads west through the Cassandra Railroad Overlook as the sun burns off the morning fog.
Amtrak's Pere Marquette speeds through the morning fog in rural west Michigan on its way to Chicago.
An extra runs south over the famous Shepherdstown bridge as cold air and warm water combines to create a blanket of fog on the Potomac River.
An approaching coal train light cuts the thick night fog rising from the Tug River. On nights like these, a train can be heard coming miles away.
Former Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 cuts through the early morning fog on the outskirts of Heber City, Utah.
A mist has descended over this well known location on the Settle-Carlisle line, making the conventional view impossible. 'Taw Valley' is northbound.
Heading towards Philly in the early morning fog.
A coal train weaves through Carstairs behind a 56 and 47 (barely visible) in tandem. The class 56, station buildings and canopies have gone. The coal trains and poor weather are still with us.
Chocorua #4 at the 6,288 foot summit of Mount Washington. More often then not, the summit is enshrouded in clouds, or even above them!
The members of the New Hampshire Legislature suggested at one point prior to construction that they "might as well build a railway to the Moon."