"The Storm Begins"
The first wave of the first major storm to hit New Jersey this winter blankets the area in fresh powder as a late westbound NJ Transit train scurries west on the... (more)
Thanks to fellow RP contributor Janusz Mrozek for introducing me to this spot.
Heading east upgrade through Lilly, Pennsylvania and the beautiful Fall Colors, a stack train traverses one of the many elevated curves on the West Slope.
Passing through scenic Thompson River Canyon, Canadian National train No. 111 heads west out of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on a hot July 15, 2014.
The original bridge over the Des Moines River at this location 3 miles west of Boone was constructed by the Chicago and North Western from 1899-1901, and eventually was named the Kate Shelley Brid... (more)
An eastbound Union Pacific stack train passes over the new Kate Shelley Bridge west of Boone, Iowa, on May 21, 2014. The old bridge is still seen just south and behind the new double track span ov... (more)
In the last glowing rays of the day the fresh orange paint of ICG 7738, a Paducah built GP8, glows extra bright. 7738 transformed over the past two years from a rag tag painted donated unit to a s... (more)
"Fill 'er up." A scene repeated hundreds of times a year around Danville, KY. Mobile tankers provide the petrol needed for thirsty motors in several locations around Danville, serving N... (more)
The skies open up as UP 6436 leads a westbound grain train at Arlington Hill.
The Reading and Northern "Reading Turn" power, off of the "Mountain Job" from earlier in the day, has stopped at Port Clinton terminal to drop two engines from the consist. Onc... (more)
NW 8103 pushes Paducah and Louisville train LCL3 by the classic Illinois Central signal near Beaver Dam, Kentucky. The Paducah and Louisville Railway now controls what used to be the Kentucky Divi... (more)
After a morning of delay after delay after delay, NS 048 (zero48) is seen here traversing the curves at Lovick, Alabama with a wiley old GE vet in the new "Box Car Logo" [..CSX..]
NS's hot Columbus, OH to Jacksonville, FL intermodal enters Simpson yard, a few cars will be set out and 229 will continue on for about 12 miles to it's termination point of FEC Bowden Yard.
Three DC motors lead this Chicago to Jacksonville intermodal.
The 67Z running a westbound load of empty oil cans through the snowy valley as it makes its way over the Tulp Bridge in Reading, PA this morning
Photo by Shawn A Leightcap