Highballing westbound out of Atkinson.
Sleek, shiny and just plain beautiful. IRM's Nebraska Zephyr poses for pictures in Rock Island.
Two of the prettiest noses... A quick night shot from the photo shoot that wasn't, storms rolled through and cancelled the evening.
The trailing edge of a storm system provides a brilliant sunset as a northbound train heads towards Toledo.
The solo NS 2608 drags her train westbound, out of a sag east of Brimfield.
A westbound manifest leaves Kendallville.
Its only 10:44 PM but the moon is bright and stars streak across the sky above. Almost 7 minute exposure at f5, ISO 250.
The 819 lights the way as it pulls under the CPL bridge at Ambrose. Three indications show as the yellow illuminates, for a short instance, as the signal drops to red.
Almost midnight in the mountains and an eastbound Q train is on the approach. On the Cumberland Sub, this is the last pair of bracket masts still standing between Paw Paw and Hancock. Change has... (more)
The 765 rolls over county road S 650 West in a burst of heavy rain.
The 765 gets some attn as the marker light bulb on the engineer's side is changed.
Making a station stop at North Judson, rather lonely it seems.
With just minutes till sunset, storm clouds still persist as they had all day. The faint sunlight allows the fire box inspection holes to be visible in this broadside image.
Fire, rain and lightning... While waiting to board, the skies opened up, a precursor to the day. It was unfortunately, my only lightning shot of the day. (30 sec, f2.8, ISO 200)
The sunset silhouettes the grain bins and conveyors in rural farm country as the 765 pulls her train westbound.