The Thompson and Fraser river canyons don't have a whole lot of room for railroads, and CPR got first choice. When Canadian Northern came along, they were clearly taking what was left over. This... (more)
The New Orleans Worlds Fair Daylight heads west back to Portland.
Winter has come early to Cumbres. Jeff Stebbins probably wishes he had a warmer coat.
An independent SP will soon disappear. You have been waiting all afternoon for a final shot of Russell red and gray. The sun is getting low. Finally you hear a hard working westbound. And what... (more)
Once again the scenic Knysna branch.
A Burney bound train crosses Lak Britton.
The last spring for SP. San Timoteo canyon is redolent with the smell of orange blossoms and the mountains still have a dusting of snow.
Climbing the 3.5 percent Palin Hill between Escuintla and Palin with Agua Volcano in the distance.
The GP30's when they were mainline power and the DRGW was running short fast trains to save car hire.
The locomotives on the Knysna line were particularly well kept by their crews.
A westbound train climbs Track 1, the original Donner crossing, toward the summit. Track 1 was later removed and is today a MOW road.
Westbound SP 8350 pokes its nose out of the old wooden snowsheds that protected the west end of summit Tunnel 41 on Track 2 over Donner.
A chartered mixed train between Guatemala City and Zacapa.
One big machine. The 3985 heads north from Ogden to McCammon .
The normally sure footed QJ's slipped on the ice in the tunnel creating quite a sound and light spectacle.