SOME LIGHT "READING": Norfolk Southern decided to send 2013 out with a little heritage for Mid-Atlantic railfans. The Reading Railroad "heritage" SD70ACe was assigned to Atlanta, GA to Rutherford... (more)
Sometimes things just seem to come together as was the case on this particular Saturdays excursion with the holiday season some fresh snow and ice & the star attraction of the night was none other... (more)
One-hundred cylinders: Within the fury of swirling exhaust and sand, five Montana Rail Link EMD SD45s shove hard on a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal train climbing Bozeman Pass just w... (more)
It's Christmas Eve and my last train before CP shuts down for the Christmas holiday was a beauty: an SD30C-ECO (CP 5019), a GP20C-ECO (CP 2203) and a GP38 (CP 3020) lead train 499 out of a nice su... (more)
Autumn gold to winter white: Mother Nature can’t decide what season to be in as an eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train descends Mullan Pass and curves over Montana Rail Link's Austi... (more)
Over seventeen inches of new snow, NECR 324 behind Tunnel Motor 3317 and South Royalton combine to create a classic Vermont Holiday scene as 324 quietly rolls through the photogenic village at 03:... (more)
Night fall down in the upper Valais. Our view is from the newly (in September of this year) opened section of the hiking trail " Lötschberg Südrampe " between Lalden and Brig, about 200 meters abo... (more)
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A Canadian Pacific grain train traverses Black Canyon of the Thompson River west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on June, 25, 2006. One pair each of General Electric ES44AC and AC4400CW locomotives... (more)
LNER Class B1 emerges into the late autumn sun.
Winter wonderland this morning due to the overnight storm with an empty oil train, Canadian Pacific #609 plowing the right of way at track speed.
Absolute darkness and desolation in the Atacama desert, and FERRONOR iron trains continue working nonstop!
Stop the lights. Electric locomotive "class 350" of Slovak railways makes switch operations at the Main Prague station (Praha Hlavní nádraží). On this photo you can see a new rail... (more)
Boom goes the dynamite.