Thru rain, sleet, snow or street running trains....
The Challenger tied down in St Louis, with the Gateway Arch in the background.
Returning to the yard after making the delivery at Big Bay lumber.
The 261 simmers in Chicago overnight. The filming of a movie brought her into town at the time. 1.6 seconds exposure.
Two of the prettiest noses... A quick night shot from the photo shoot that wasn't, storms rolled through and cancelled the evening.
The CSXT 8400 did the honors of knocking the semaphore down for me as they followed Amtrak south. A 71 second telephoto exposure.
The passenger photo train takes a pose at Monticello.
Looking as if she needs some repair, the original EMD GP20 demonstrator unit sits shut down in LaSalle.
Two unique noses... As a storm nears, the Nebraska Zephyr rapidly off loads passengers on station 1 while the CSS 803 holds down station track 2 in the back ground.
Leading the 34 car interchange out of Punta Gorda. Very slow trip to Arcadia w/ poor track & having to flag most road crossings because of all the damage from hurricane Charley.
The draw bridge is already back up as the turn leaves the causeway and passes one of the very few signals on the SGLR.
The usual power in Waukegan, pairs of GP15's are used on locals based here.
The star trails lengthen over the 592 as she waits for morning before rolling back to Fort Myers. 12.5 minute exposure.
Sunset, smoke and steam... The tiny little Pacific type from the Little River Railroad rests next to the big Berks.