With Grinnell Glacier in the distance, the sun sets on a railroad of sorts along the shores of Swiftcurrent Lake near Many Glacier Lodge in Glacier National Park. These rails are used twice a yea... (more)
After the NBSR westbound freight departs for Maine, the station in McAdam becomes quiet yet again. Tourists make their way to visit and walk around to view this amazing structure. There's a local ... (more)
NS Brooklyn District runs from Decatur south towards St. Louis. One of the cooler ex-Wabash signals are these bracket signals that protect both ends of the Midway siding outside of Raymond, IL. It... (more)
This CSXT line has a few of these ex-New York Central small searchlight signals left between Marion and Mt. Victory. The signal projects don't seem to be bothering this line between Marion and Ind... (more)
AT&SF Crane 199793 A Roger Puta Photograph
Almost 19 years later, on August 14, 2016, Union Pacific's Tennessee Pass Subdivision sits silent, waiting for the next train that will probably never come. This is looking west at the west end of... (more)
Night time sets in over the city as a BNSF grain train knocks down the signal at Wichita South Junction.
The Canisteo Pit is a large lake formed in a complex of 19 inactive mine pits located immediately north of Coleraine, Bovey and Taconite in Itasca County, Minnesota along the BNSF Casco Sub. When... (more)
The remnants of S539 lay strewn about the middle of downtown Falmouth on the former L&N KY after derailing 10 hours earlier.
A seldom seen view inside the tight confines of the rotary dumping shed at the large MERC coal dock in Superior as a BNSF coal train from the Powder River Basin is unloaded.
All is silent on the Gunnison Line...
The Denver & Rio Grande Western stretched westward toward the booming gold mines of the mighty west bound for mines near Crested Butte and points west... (more)
Now this made for quite a sight climbing out of Missoula across the 10th, especially as they rolled thru the trees in Arlee.
This artifact greets you at the bottom of the drive over MacDonald Pass as you head into Helena.
GN once reached Butte, now served via Garrison by BNSF.
The many different angles of rail grinding operations can be seen as the fresh steel rusts due to inactivity and the spilled taconite pellets that will probably never become new steel.