On a gorgeous yet frigged January day, four photographers find themselves in downeast Maine along Maine Eastern’s Rockland Branch to shoot MERR GP9 764 lead a freight from Rockland to Brunswick an... (more)
After working all day to deliver a few cars to the interchange in Brunswick, the Maine Eastern crew is almost home to Rockland as they flag a crossing at Thomaston, Maine on January 3, 2009. What... (more)
What does it take to get rid of a stubborn pile of snow and ice? A Bobcat, two forklifts, two crew members, and some employees at Big Bay lumber. What does it take to get one of those forklifts un... (more)
Having the Friday after Christmas off afforded the opportunity to photograph UP's Colorado Springs Local. The local is an interesting mix of UP, Rio Grande and Rock Island. UP 1445 is about to ent... (more)
4024 sets just north of the south siding switch with todays local train. Just up the siding CEFX 3092 is pushing tomorrows local train south to connect with todays local. Once combined, CEFX 3092 ... (more)
A local freight sets in Springfield yard waiting for the next days work.
On a rather hot summer day a Utah Railway local rolls by Grant tower area in Salt Lake City with an ex-Rio Grande GP35 leading the way. In the background is what looks like the state capital build... (more)
This former BN GP40 leads the local on it's journey north to Urbana.
Springfield yard local rounds the connection at Urbana. This track connects the former Big 4 with the former PRR panhandle. In about one mile the PRR ends at a small industry, the local will set o... (more)
After making a setout at a local industry in Urbana, the I&O local now prepares to push two hopper cars into a local salt facility at Glen Echo.
I&O Springfield yard local is headed north past Glen Echo on their way to Urbana. The Springfield yard local runs with power on each end of the train.
on 2600m above sea level, EMU 5 waits in the tunnel station for passengers for the long descend to Garmisch
Pennsy 4390 takes on water at Crowl. The Shamokin branch ran 27 miles from the Susquehanna at Sunbury, PA., to an interchange with the LV at Mt. Carmel, PA., and saw a lot of ore moves. Thanks t... (more)
Still awaiting a crew, the Seymour Sec. Switcher sits near Country Fair Drive at twilight. Thanks to Brennan Caughron and Wesley Fane for manning the spotlight for this shot!
a double-decker "Sunrise Express" waits in the yard for his next assignment