Classic signals are silhouetted against a moonlit sky at Elkhorn Tunnel.
A Moonlit sky at Elkhorn Tunnel greets an eastbound freight.
"Red Moon Rising" The southbound Shepherdstown N&W CPL signal displays a restricting (stop) signal as an early June crescent Moon hovers overhead in the blue hour.
Artistic interpretat... (more)
A couple of plant critters get some sun. Please feel free to comment with any information on these locomotives, I do not have much on them.
Waiting for work....
Brand new wheelsets are waiting for their future use in the bogies of newly built freight cars at the "Josef Meyer, Rheinfelden" shops.
The company, situated in Rhein... (more)
At sunrise in Bagan the major tourist "thing" to do is photograph hot air balloons over the temples, but I went for something a bit more to my liking....
Southbound BNSF intermodal winds its way up towards the Tehachapi Loop. The rear end has just left the Rowen siding while the head end is now beyond the north end of the Woodford siding.
"High Hopes" These classic N&W Color Position Light signals protect the siding and main at the northern interlocking of the Shepherdstown Siding just after sunset.
Positioned in the center of the town's modern day commercial district, the 1906 built Chesapeake & Ohio St. Albans Depot watches over the double track mainline as it has over for a century. An ori... (more)
"Shine On You Crazy Diamond" These signals and their sister single mast for southbound movements are not long for this world as their replacements sit 8 miles south ready to b... (more)
Localtrain from Laqueuille to Clermond-Ferrand: View through the cab to two mechanical signals near Volvic: the left signal means stop/red, the right one allows to pass (the red-white table is tur... (more)
Former german motordraisine, now owned by association VES (Verein Etzwilen - Singen), is waiting for overhaul.
The magnificent Tunkhannock Viaduct just after a torrential downpour.
'Open house' at the maintenance workshop Zürich Herdern. Many visitors saw the locs and the cars closed from above and below