16N heads east on the Conemaugh Line through a very popular railfanning spot throughout the year but especially in the fall, West Park, or "The Trench". The late turning leaves of the Gi... (more)
TGM6A-2073 moves with oil train on "Moscow coke and gas plant"("MOSCOKS"). Part of "MOSCOKS" railway passes through the picturesque arboretum in southern Moscow.
A few of JS waiting for depart from Xibolizhan. Now some of them have been out of use, others working in Dongbolizhan and Nanzhan.
Along the Flathead River, Montana Rail Link’s gas local heads east on the Tenth Subdivision near Dixon, Montana, at McDonald on September 24, 2007.
Smoke swirls as Twizell goes under Gibraltar bridge after leaving Andrews house station
The Bow Valley Parkway is deserted. No cars, no wildlife, just the crunch of old snow underneath the rental car's tires as I make my way south from Lake Louise toward Morant's Curve in the darknes... (more)
Denver's first measurable snowfall of the 2015-2016 winter arrived on November 5th, and the mountains to the west saw a few inches of accumulation by the time the clouds lifted. Here a westbound B... (more)
At sunrise on a cool winter morning, Friends of the Rail's ex- South African Railways class 19D 4-8-2 no. 2650 is shrouded in steam at the club's Capital Park depot.
UP's only coal turbine electric makes a test run as many officials look on. This locomotive was an experimental and didn't run very much as it was deemed a failure. A set of diesels was always in ... (more)
A Grande Sunset: "On fire" at "Stein's Curve." Literally at the moment of sunset, a westbound Rio Grande Freight suddenly "catches fire" with solar glint, as it negotiates "Stein's Curve", ... (more)
The sun continues to rise as Amtrak's California Zephyr highballs through the Utah desert with on its daily eastward run through the desolate American west.
In extreme blizzard conditions, an eastbound BNSF stack train leaves the mountains of Glacier National Park behind as it fights a crosswind coming through Grizzley, Montana, on December 22, 2007.
The northbound and southbound tubes are clearly visible on the left, with a Northeast Regional about to emerge from the jaunt under the Hudson River. To the right, the tracks ascend up to the LIR... (more)
Amtrak 156 leads the 49th annual New River Train as it approaches arguably the most famous stretch of the New River at Hawks Nest. Even on this cloudy day, the colors were just as vibrant.