Railfanning can be a solitary, misunderstood, and frustrating hobby. It can also be extremely rewarding with good companionship, wonderful scenery, and great photographic rewards. Those days that ... (more)
The sun has already set a while ago, but two GP20 and two GP38-2 are still shunting tank cars at Wilkie.
On the cusp of a beautiful Nevada sunset, Union Pacific rolls manifest freight southwest through the Moapa Valley over the Los Angeles and Salt Lake route.
Snippets of the glory days..... Although the Nevada Northern Railway is a working museum, and the equipment and facilities are in constant use, there are a few dusty corners in various bui... (more)
While much of the east coast is covered in snow, snow and more snow, out in western Washington, it's no snow. Instead we get to enjoy the third spectacular sunset in a row on the Puget Sound. To... (more)
Running 7 hours late due to Winter Storm Octavia, the southbound Amtrak Crescent quickly gets back underway after stopping for a malfunctioning crossing in downtown Oakwood. Along with the ... (more)
A Santa Fe F passenger unit reduced to freight service pauses with a northbound at Bellville, Texas to swap crews just after 2:00 a.m. on July 19, 1971.
February 14, 2015. Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief #4 negotiates the twists and turns of scenic Glorieta Pass, on an unusually warm winter's night. Running approximately 5 hours and 30 minutes ... (more)
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 is a few minutes from its regular station stop at Helper as it passes Castle Gate on Dec. 17, 1978.
"EL2" industrial electric DC locomotive with snowblower fighting with snow at "Bakal mines railroad" tracks in the "blue hour". "EL2" series manufactured in East Germany from 1957 to 1967 for the ... (more)
Duchess of Sutherland viewed from the nearby limestone pavement coasting southbound over the 24 arches of Batty Moss viaduct shortly before sunset
Chicago bound making a station stop.
Twizell is steamed so that the boiler can be drained and attention given to it