Big Boy on Sherman Hill.
The turn from North Bennington passes the Alfrecha Road crossing on the outskirts of Rutland.
This is a so-called museum, a former steam engine roundhouse that was abandonned "as is" at the end of the steam era, leaving some locomotives on site. It is probably the cheapest railroad museum ... (more)
The CRSA special departs Union Station and explodes out of the new shed between Lake St and Canal St at the end of the morning rush. This train will head to Janesville, WI and return with a solid ... (more)
The brand new One World Trade Center has taken it's place in the ever-changing New York City skyline. At 1,776' it has grabbed the title of tallest building in New York City from the 1,250' Empire... (more)
The FCAB operates freight trains on the line that goes to Argentina through Socompa Pass. On the Argentina side, there is no traffic except the famous tourist train "Tren de Las Nubes" (... (more)
The snow flies and Engineer Max Casias watches intently as he makes another plunge into the deep snow drift, much as the DRGW might have cleared the line 60 years ago. It took five or six such pl... (more)
An 05:30 start was necessary to be here in time to see this. Absolutely still and near freezing temperatures that gave a good exhaust plume even though the loco wasn't working hard. If only the su... (more)
An oil train crosses the Serayu River on a beautiful
morning near Kebasen, Central Java, Indonesia.
Freight trains from Germany to Italy usually take the route via Basel, but there are occasional trains via Schaffhausen. This DB Schenker intermodal freight train just crosses the central section ... (more)
A southbound CSX loaded coal train bound for South Carolina rolls across the Copper Creek Viaduct at Speers Ferry on a beautiful spring afternoon.
A BNSF Railway coal train headed to Centralia, Washington, skirts Frog Pond, and the Clark Fork River west of Trout Creek, Montana, on Montana Rail Link's 4th Subdivision.
BNSF's priority Portland to Chicago Z Train emerges from the basalt rock cut at North Dalles with majestic Mount Hood looming in the background. Yes, many a photographer has captured this view fr... (more)
Canadian National train No. 111 passes Windy Point west of Devona, Alberta, on July 16, 2013, as it passes beautiful Jasper Lake and the rugged scenery in Jasper National Park.
On a frigid but clear morning at the coaling tower at Farm, an eastbound loaded coal drag waits patiently for a set of helpers to pass before heading to Bluefield.