Westbound Canadian National manifest train No. 411 pases through the Skoonka Tunnels west of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on July 23, 2011. A pair of SD70M-2s lead the train though the scenic... (more)
NS 35Q rounds the curve at Mertztown with an impressive EMD lashup on a beautiful spring Sunday.
Linwood, NC bound! The NS 35Q notches up with its 4 unit lash up as it gains speed.
Out of the fog, CN 8857 appears with the daily roadrailer, Q144 to MacMillan Yard from Detroit.
Q111 smokes it up after receiving a limited to clear signal at Devona.
Speeding towards Columbus, an intermodal catches some morning light.
After 4 months of drought we got pummeled with 7 inches of rain in 12 hours. Some of those tropical downpours douse FEC 210 in Bunnell, wind whipped rain actually glancing off the train.
Cantilever Corridor With a massive improvement underway at the 32nd interlocking, the very photogenic Southern Cantilever and dwarf signals are about to be replaced by the gigantic modern ... (more)
With the Potash train in tow, a CN Thundercab and a BC Rail Dash-9 lead the train for points south
An empty coal train passes the classic N&W CPL's still standing guard at Old Joe.
Southbound after a fresh snow.
Nothing like a foot of wet snow in May to cover everything. Q110 blasts south at 50 MPH.
One of the Gainesville local jobs shoves a set of covered hoppers back into the Cargill plant, helping feed the town's economy that strongly relies on the the poultry industry.
Curving across Anderson River Trestle near Boston Bar, British Columbia, a Canadian National coal train heads west through the Fraser Canyon on September 24, 2012.
A tanker train with a CN leader, provides a nice contrast against the spring colors along the Pokey.