VIA 6407 is waiting for a new job.
A red eyed helper, some snowy mountains and a night with a full moon that's probably all you need for a good photo shot.
NS P11 passes the old church (Behind me) just outside of Maysville, GA. After a quick set up with a "Taking it slow" driver, I barely had time to set the flashes up in the correct spot a... (more)
NS#2835 and its partner for the trip, rest on a peaceful an quite night in Commerce, GA. In about forty five minutes, the crew would show up and do brake test and get everything ready to go. After... (more)
I have been coming to Southern Iowa and Northern Missouri since I was a boy to watch Santa Fe/BNSF trains race across the Marceline Sub. In 2013/2014 things changed as they always do with the rail... (more)
I stopped by the Union Pacific West Colton yard after my evening class to take a look. The departure yard was pretty empty with BNSF 7754 on point for the interchange train that runs back and for... (more)
Having been out of service for 8 years, Southern Railway SD40 #3170 moves its first tonnage since being rebuilt and restored into its Southern "Tuxedo" scheme. As viewed from Inman Yard's North T... (more)
In the last light of a perfect early spring day, Bradenton, FL to Cincinnati, OH intermodal/Tropicana juice train Q042 flies over the Etowah River. At this point, the crew which started their day ... (more)
Northbound NS Intermodal 235 heads up the Sandusky District at Monnett, between Bucyrus and Marion. The sun has just set over the horizon, but lights the underside of the clouds, creating an excel... (more)
CN 330 knocks out the clear signal on 134S at Third Street Louth as it heads for Port Robinson. About 400000 kilometers away, a full moon watches over Earth.
CN 330 takes heed to the limited to clear signal at Jordan just before diverging onto the south track. CN 2035 leads NS 8348 here at last light.
CP 5966's engineer inspects a passing train under a full moonlit sky as he waits for the signal to continue on his journey west towards St. Paul. He would have to wait for at least 2 more eastboun... (more)
IS IT 2015 OR NOT? It's hard to believe that it's 2015, and yet you can still go to see a CNW GP9. This is truly the pride of the Hartwell Railway.
Tied down in front of the Huntington Amtrak Station, a leased FURX Geep and two SD40-2's wait for a new crew to finish their work between Huntington and Russell for the night.