Just after sunrise, a late-running Amtrak Empire Builder crosses Indian Canyon Bridge just a few miles out of Spokane.
After having to reverse out of the Carolina Piedmont RR's yard in Laurens onto the Spartanburg Sub and back to the junction with the CN&L, CSX W999-19 is now heading south on the CN&L with GE C40-... (more)
On the Boston & Maine, "West Shores" was the name given to all traffic interchanged with New York Central, (and later Penn Central), at Selkirk Yard, New York. This traffic ran via Rotte... (more)
A Conrail GP30 in fresh blue can-opener y paint shares the roundhouse whiskers with a Penn Central box car and a rebuilt Conrail pup (also with a can opener).
BNSF 5404 trails at the end of the train while BNSF 5962 leads. This train was working somewhere south of Old Monroe dumping ballast and returning back to Old Monroe for the night on BNSF's Hannib... (more)
A westbound grain train sand blasts of Peru Hill. It must of been an awesome experience to see a Big Boy crush this scene with thunderous sound and a heavy shower of cinders.....
The Albany & Eastern's Jamboree Excursion is seen crossing a field on it's way to the town of Sweet Home.
Famed Daylight 4-8-4 No. 4449 spends the night with power from Tacoma Rail as it awaits its next assignment for the 2011 National Railway Historical Society convention.
Two of the historic diesels owned by the Reading Company Technical & Historical Society get out to strut their stuff on a fantrip on the Reading & Northern.
A transplanted log-hog. The former McCloud River Railroad Locomotive #25 hauls a mixed extra across the little bridge over Nahalem Bay, en route to a water stop just over a mile ahead, in d... (more)
Amtrak Empire Service Train 280 rounds the bend as it approaches Bear Mountain Bridge.
Peeking its nose out from some burning fall color, the GLC OSTN makes its way back into Owosso, MI. with a grain train in tow.
An Empire Service train makes its way downstate along the Hudson River through Cold Spring as viewed from the Bear Mountain Bridge with a 300mm zoom.
Alabama & Florida Railroad GP9 #6076, its heritage obvious, sits outside the former Louisville & Nashville depot. #6076 was built June 1956 as Chesapeake & Ohio #6076
UP4310 climbs upgrade towards Tunnel with a train of brand new UMAX containers.