With low fog and a full moon silhouetting the Norfolk & Western coaling tower at Farm, an eastbound grain train waits to pull east with a leased Progress Rail ex-Burlington Northern EMD SD70MAC in... (more)
Arriving at Rochester 8 hours later than it's scheduled time at Ten AM gives the opportunity to shoot Amtrak's Lakeshore Limited crossing over High Falls on the mighty Genesee River in perfect eve... (more)
A former Frisco GP38-2 with a new PTC brow leads Job 113 past the laker Lee A. Tregurtha as shipyard workers finishing painting its bow.
Local is eastbound from Belvedere Yard through downtown.
"New Waste Management Mother/Slug at Fresh Pond"
Waste Management's brand new Mother/Slug combo sits on Track 10 at Fresh Pond Yard. The pair (USWX 400 & USWX 010) was purchased by Waste M... (more)
A D&H relic telephone pole is about to topple as Jordan Spreader CP 402885 and GP20C-ECO CP 2266 work the main line at CPC 132 in Wadhams, NY.
The last SP "Coast Daylight" Train #98 leaves Palo Alto on its way to Los Angeles on the eve of Amtrak.
A westbound Canadian National freight crosses the Fraser River over Cisco Bridge at Cisco, British Columbia, on September 27, 2001. Powering the train is the interesting consist of EMD SD50F No. 5... (more)
Amtrak's Lakeshore Limited has arrived at the station in downtown Rochester, New York and makes its stop, albeit 8 hours later than its scheduled time due to issues shortly after the train had dep... (more)
Structural collapse of the Tolten railway bridge, near Pitrufquen city, while it was being passed by a freight train from FEPASA railway, falling into the river several tank wagons loaded with che... (more)
Three generations of EMD: in the foreground, a brand-new (yet quite ratty-looking) SD70ACe-T4. In the middle, an SD70ACe in demonstrator paint. And in the background, an SD90MAC. Although there is... (more)
UP Dolores Engine Yard
Sunset encounter. A cold January sunset reflects off the door of a farmer's pick-up as he waits for the passage of an eastbound passenger train at rural crossing in Eastern Michigan.
The "STEAM WORLD" tells part of ancient history, where most of the machines were steam powered. It is a kind of "museum" of all the steam equipment used all over the world.
As the sun sets over the pastures and fields, the railroad keeps moving as one of the last SD70’s lead 158 north along 29.