Prince George to Edmonton train M348 crosses the Prairie Creek trestle west of Hinton, a few hours after parts of the Yellowhead County received their first snowfall of the year.
Osier after dark. Free of the light pollution from modern civilization, the heavens above put on a spellbinding display over the old D&RGW water tank in Osier, Colorado. Backlighting by God... (more)
Amtrak's Pere Marquette greets a beautiful autumn sunrise as it rolls across the Kalamazoo River in New Richmond, MI.
Just before sunup in frosty downtown Keystone, W.Va., NS's Interstate heritage unit shoves train No. 776 up Elkhorn Grade, with locomotives in notch-8, awakening the sleeping mining community on a... (more)
I usually shoot the Sherman's Creek Bridge from the higher angle, tonight I decided it was time to change up the angle for something different. It worked. The signs of fall are present as you can... (more)
In the woods of upstate New York remain the last active rails of the long abandoned New York, Ontario and Western. Emerging from the fog is the CSX local out of Fulton with two cars to be spotted ... (more)
The beautiful Montana countryside is bathed in full moon light as an eastbound BNSF coal train streaks its way through Lombard Canyon and along the Missouri River on Montana Rail Link's 2nd Subdiv... (more)
On a stunningly beautiful Autumn afternoon, hill-run job No. U85 struggles upgrade across massive Garwood Trestle along the former Virginian Railway east of Mullens, W.Va. The scenery in this terr... (more)
The quite rural village of Shushan is awoken by the sounds of the Batten Kill local moving through town on an Autum day.
NS Virginian 1069 makes it's first run down the scenic former New York Central Line as it snakes into Highland on a beautiful Saturday morning with a loaded Philly oil out of the Dakotas. Speci... (more)
R.J. Corman runs a empty coal train up to the loadout at Pax.
A rainy and dreary day keeps us in the car, but it can't dampen the spirits of young and old alike who have turned out to see the famous steam locomotive my three year old affectionately calls "th... (more)
Rounding a near horseshoe curve and making only 10mph up the 1.7% grade, this BNSF manifest has its work cut out for it as it ascends from Deschutes River, passing through Trout Creek Canyon.
The serenity of a peaceful Midwestern scene is broken by a BNSF stack train as it rockets towards Argentine Yard, and points west on a humid late summer morning.
At 06.30 pm just during the sunrise the local train is leaving Chalkis