Twin Hudson locomotives R707 and R761 echo out across the Taradale Valley as they race southwards at dusk with a Steamrail special returning to Melbourne from Bendigo.
Climax locomotive 1694 crosses the Monbulk Creek Trestle only a few minutes into it's official relaunch run to Menzies Creek and Emerald.
It’s getting close to sunset at 8:55 p.m. on July 19, 2013 at Swan Landing, Alberta, as Canadian National westbound train No. 193 passes the shores of a tranquil Brule Lake. Pastel shades begin to... (more)
A U-717 with 141 cars is loaded out and ready to depart United Taconite at 2200 hrs. with DM&IR 403 in charge of the trip back south to Proctor. A green glow from the yard signal and the plant it... (more)
Steam - and Christmas is four days off.
Night shift is running out and the partially loaded train picks excavator operator and charges from the pit.
On her first day of running in service in over 20 years, the Little Joe takes the spot light in a night photo shoot under a spectacular, stormy sky.
It's a starry night on the busy ex-N&W Pocahontas mainline as helpers sit patiently at Maybeury, W.Va., as a eastbound permeates the nighttime air while silhouetting the signals and foreground loc... (more)
This door has been not used by a trainman since the fall of the once mighty Rock Island Lines. The door is located on the South side of the old "Rock Shop" now owned by National Railway Equipment... (more)
A full moon is illuminating the beautiful countryside during a gorgeous summer evening, while a westbound H-KCKSPO1-15 (Kansas City-Spokane) High Priority Manifest Freight twists along the Missour... (more)
An eastbound auto rack train leaves behind one of Arizona's famed red sunsets.
The sun rises over Bellevue and when it goes higher it changes the colors of the shining rails it touches, here a kind of coppery gold.
More rain moves into the area as an eastbound train makes it under the B&O signals at Orleans Road
FCAB engines 2403, 2406 and 2008 will reach Ascotan summit in a few minutes. In the background you can see the massive 6145 m high volcano "San Pedro", covered by a rather unusual amount of snow.
Restored N&W Class A 1218 is panned at Ada, WV on the return leg of a Roanoke to Bluefield r/t in the rain. This was the engine's first public excursion after rebuilding. Sadly, she's stuffed and ... (more)