The 480 and 488 soak up the late afternoon sun coming through the windows of the Alamosa roundhouse.
Eastbound empty coal train on Stoney Creek bridge on the Rogers pass line. The bridge is 325 feet above the creek bed.
Amtrak 5 in the days of F40's approaches Emigrant Gap after a fresh snow. This is single track now, although UP has plans to relay the second track someday.
DRGW 488 patiently waits its turn at Cumbres while the road engine takes water. Note the snowshed, now gone.
The details are interesting. 4460 is between fan trips. On the right note the "torpedo boat" GP9 with its typical SP "full light package". On the left is a E in its original daylight scheme. Mi... (more)
The former Great Western now Strasburg 90 doubleheads with a former CPR 4-6-2 over the the CNJ north of Jim Thorpe.
The late lamented BCR RDC's make their daily run along Anderson Lake on their way to Lilloet.
Your basic 21st Century shot of doubleheaded 2-10-2's.
A westbound grain train meets the eastbound Canadian at the summit of Kicking Horse pass. Summit Lake is in the foreground.
One can wait hours if not days at Joso bridge for a train. Here comes the UP (with warbonnets), then there was another noise. Unexpectedly the latest operator of the former Camas Prairie showed up... (more)
This is what the RDC I road looked like after a trip from Saint John to Moncton in a snow storm.
The four track Philadelphia "Mainline" when it was still Pennsylvania Railroad and tuscan red heavyweight emu's.
The Independence Limited on the now abandonned Western Maryland Salisbury Viaduct near Meyersdale, PA. The 4501 was making a ferry move from Pittsburg to Hagerstown via the P&WV and WM. Thanks to ... (more)
Fall color on the C&TS. Three engines and three classes of engines: 463, 497, 487.
Union Pacific's Joso bridge is 194 feet over the water and 3920 feet long. In the distance matched BNSF warbonnets are on a run through coal train.