CSX 4806 Heads west in the late day Sun crossing the Potomac River at Harpers Ferry WV
July 17, 1996: On a trip to the holy city of Richmond, VA during my working days, I ended up staying at Rutherglen. Rather than stick my employer with the cost of a nice hotel room downtown, I pic... (more)
With only a month of service. CSXT 3248 is part of GE's credit user program, Allowing them to build Tier 3 locomotives past the Tier 4 deadline of January 1st 2015
Train #140 (right) slows to a stop on the north end of the Forest Park Yard while job GE24 (middle) prepares to go to Hapeville and an unknown local job (left) with a pair of ECO-Pukes await a cre... (more)
FEC 210 rolls through afternoon tropical rains at Dorena. The rainy season is in full swing with daily doses of downpours, occasionally thundery.
The MBTA Cape Flyer is pulling into the station in preparation for the evening departure to Boston.
Moments after negotiated the twists and turns of Glorieta Pass; here we see Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief #3 as it descends into Canyoncito, NM on a beautifully warm summer afternoon.
After unloading passengers at the Covelli Centre, 765 is working hard to bring the train around the curve off the Lordstown Secondary, back onto the Youngstown Line at Himrod Junction. Soon the t... (more)
A freight train to Picton crosses lake Grassmere, which has an active salt industry. It produces about 30'000 tons of salt per year, which covers about half of New Zealands salt consumption.
UP 5087 (SD70M) teams up with a couple of BNSF engines to bring a long string of Vestas windmill parts into the UP's North Yard.
Ozark Mountain Railcar #2 which was originally owned by Wabash Railway.
An eastbound BNSF container train passes by the old mining sight at Danby on a clear winter afternoon in the Mojave Desert.
In late evening light, the Virginian heritage engine leads manifest train 145 through Shinrock, OH on the former Nickel Plate Road mainline. The train will change crews at Bellevue, OH before cont... (more)
#9731 crossing the bridge of the loop called "El Rulo", in this site the train climbs from 3105 msnm to 3125 msnm in a short distance ( 9315 to 9375 ft above sea level )