Phall Colors at Phantom Curve. A peek through the rapidly yellowing aspens reveals an eastbound D&RGW Freight approaching the volcanic rock formations at Phantom Curve.
Phantom Curve wa... (more)
Meet me at Toltec. The crew of a Denver and Rio Grande Freight observe the passage of a fast passenger train, as they sit in the hole at colorful Toltec Siding. Of course, the freight is a... (more)
Westbound! Having left Alamosa, at O-Dark-30, a Rio Grande Freight greets the dawn in the wide-open desert just west of Antonito, on the westbound run to Chama via Cumbres Pass.
Tanks and pipes at MP 305. A pair of D&RGW K-36 Locomotives drag a heavy consist of tanks and pipes westbound past MP 305, en route to the oil fields near Farmington, NM. One quick look at... (more)
Nature's glory at Toltec Creek. Nature's annual festival of fall color is in full bloom as a Denver & Rio Grande Western Freight rumbles across Toltec Creek on its westbound run toward Cham... (more)
Snaking around the contours of the Conejos Formation above the Rio de Los Pinos, a Denver & Rio Grande Western Freight slowly works its way west on the run from Alamosa, CO, to Chama, NM vi... (more)
2 Locomotives, 35 Cars. A Denver & Rio Grande Western freight breaks the early morning silence of the Colorado Desert just outside Antonito, as she charges westbound toward Chama, New Mexic... (more)
A Grande sunrise at Ferguson's Trestle. Denver & Rio Grande Western's Locomotive 484 rumbles across Ferguson's Trestle near MP 286 at the crack of dawn as the vanguard of a 2-engine, 35-car... (more)
Woodstock Lumber Company #5. Hidden away in the engine shed at Clark's Trading Post for all but about 2 days each year, is New Hampshire's only Shay Locomotive. This little 50-ton, 2-Truck... (more)
East Branch & Lincoln. Operating just a scant couple of miles from where she spent her long working career, the former East Branch & Lincoln Baldwin #5 chugs her way upgrade on the White Mo... (more)
Crossing the Pemigewasset. White Mountain Central Baldwin #5 emerges from the Howe Truss Covered Bridge spanning the Pemigewasset River with the 1:30 PM "Railroad Days" passenger ... (more)
A couple of unique pieces of history. The White Mountain Central Railroad's 1929 REO Railbus emerges from the line's Howe Truss Covered Bridge with an afternoon excursion during the 2014 &q... (more)
Queen of the fleet. The regular power on the White Mountain Central Railroad's hourly passenger trains is a rare 50-ton Climax Locomotive, seen here just after entry into "Wolfman Terr... (more)
A pint-size Porter. White Mountain Central's tiny Porter #1 kicks off the 2014 celebration of "Railroad Days", leading the early morning parade of trains up the mile and a half mountain rai... (more)
Last rays of sun in Sheepscot. The Sheepscot Yard is just minutes away from losing the late summer sun, as a WW&F freight steams toward the freight platform with loads from Albion. Engine... (more)