Spotted in West Williamson yesterday, NS's geometry train set (NS 34, former N&W SD35 #1530 paired with NS Research Car NS 33) awaiting the green at College...
My yearly hike to Maryland Heights overlook yielded a morning ethanol train heading to Baltimore.
The sights of summer have arrived here in Crozier Canyon with the Milky Way and lightning glows being visible in the night sky. All seems peacefully as the warm summer air shifts from dry to wet f... (more)
In a few minutes EuroNight 246 leaves Wien Hbf, he will arrive at Bregenz in the next morning. At this train you can load your car on the red special cars, the car on the left side is for the pass... (more)
When new in 1912, this impressive building was the world headquarters of the greatest electric commuter railroad that had ever been built. Grade separated throughout, with gigantic concrete statio... (more)
With winds howling across the high county of BNSF's Raton Subdivision, a pair of semaphore signals dating back to the early 1900s wait for the faithful passing of Amtrak's Southwest Chief. The eas... (more)
On the Shenandoah Valley Railroad, only two former passenger stations remain on the line, Pleasant Valley and shown Fort Defiance. This station that once served the Baltimore and Ohio along with ... (more)
NS Locos & Freight Cars on long term storage at Roanoke Yard, VA.
A UP stack trains heads east thru Ruthton Point in the Columbia River Gorge.
An L&N unit coal train derailment near Alnwick, Tn around 1978. I took this photograph from an overpass with a 24mm lens mounted on my trusty Nikon F.
Photo taken from the Oregon side of the Columbia River.
The shunting yard Schaffhausen is a good example for the decline of rail freight traffic. There are just some parked freight cars, the rest of the tracks are empty.