A St. Louis to Chicago Amtrak makes its Normal station stop behind a P32 in "Pepsi Can" paint.
On a beautiful summer day, a bicyclist and the the photographer pause to admire the CORP log train, as it idles at the local Amtrak station. Upon clearance from dispatch the train will continue so... (more)
Baretables out of the North.
The northbound "Maple Leaf" is about to resume its journey beside the Hudson river behind EMD's unique five-axle locomotive.
A stopped CSX train full of cars -- literally -- and maybe some SUVs for Dixiana, SC waits for clearance by the Amtrak platform. The fellow has obviously used this as a short cut to where ever he ... (more)
Loaded NS wood chip train is now on home rails after coming off of CSX's Columbia, Newberry & Laurens line. It's passing the Amtrak platform here with the skyline in the background. Note the Chris... (more)
Caught leaving the photo at forty five mph, out on the edge of the composition, CSX 5307 completes this 20mm scene alongside Railroad Ave. with peaking fall foliage and The Henry Clay Inn.
Mother Nature contributes peaking fall color surrounding this CSX manifest street running up Railroad Ave. past the Henry Clay Inn at 03:32.
The scene on empty Railroad Ave. in Ashland at 04:02 as an amply powered van train whines past amid late peaking fall color.
The unique view between the columns from the front porch of The Henry Clay Inn in Ashland as 4825 flashes past at forty five mph street running along Railroad Ave.
BNSF 9772, with a fresh crew ready to head for Syracuse, dims its lights for an approaching train, as the Kodak building towers above in the background
The end of a passing Van train nears, as 9772 idles at the platform.
A trailer train whisks by, as the cold rain falls upon an old BN Executive unit, awaiting a new crew.
Winter in the Midwest! A hired laborer has shoveled off just enough of the platform, in the midst of steady snowfall, to allow passengers access to this arriving Chicago-bound train. Spring is s... (more)
Amtrak arrives in a cloud of dust, while late afternoon sunlight turns the mountains to gold.