'The Little Panoramic Train' runs between Les Montuires and Lac d'Emosson, gauge 600mm. This touristic train is a part from the route from Le Chatelard - Cable Car - Les Montures - Little Panorami... (more)
The N&W CPL Mast stands guard over the former's now Norfolk Southern H Line. Time is running out for this and its sister dual bracket mast Railroad: Norfolk SouthernLocomotive: UnknownLocation: Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia, USALocomotive #: UnknownTrain ID: NS 36QPhoto Date: January, 2014
An eastbound UP freight is climbing through the Feather River Canyon on the ex-Western Pacific main line. The bridge in the distance is the "High Line" to Bieber, a.k.a. the Inside Gateway. There,... (more)
A recent snow event the previous day makes for some "cool" scenes like this one looking North at the old Norfolk & western/Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Interchange Yard. The temperature at the time... (more)
Just after dusk early into the new year, Mineola's Amtrak station stands brightly lit by Christmas decorations still hanging around the century-plus year old depot. Built in 1906 for the Texas & P... (more)
Practice runs with track machines on the heritage railway "Bahngesellschaft SEHR & RS".
A quiet night along Norfolk Southern's Middle Division of the Pittsburgh Line is on break as an eastbound approaches the block from the west and lights up the PRR position Light signals and a west... (more)
A view of a very busy industrial east district yard in Seattle, It was amazing to see so many freight trains in operation around the yards and Port area of Seattle.
A former Rio Grande office building located on 5th Street near South Avenue in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Greater Duwamish Yard
In the pre-dawn light it's just FRED rolling though Fostoria fog.
Rio Grande's train depot at Rifle, 61 miles east of Grand Junction and 27 miles west of Glenwood Springs, Colorado.
Rio Grande's compact maintenance facility at Minturn, Colorado. D&RGW 8000 gallon tank car AX-5223 was built by General American Tank Car for Continental Oil in August 1921.
A train from the 'Suspension-railway' waits for passengers in the station Oberbarmen. There is only one line with 20 stations from Oberbarmen to Vohwinkel, the cabin is hanging at the track