NS 220 grinds up the steep grade and through the tight rock cut at Prescott, Alabama. This shot only has a small time frame in the morning hours that it's possible due to the sun angle and shadows... (more)
In this photo taken while Shay No. 6 had been turned for the Great West Virginia Train Race in July, Shay No. 6 sits on the former C&O mainline while Shay No. 5 heads towards the shop.
Shay No. 11 and No. 6 pass each other in the yard as they are prepped for the day's runs. At 103 and 162 tons respectively, these are the two largest locomotives on the Cass roster.
Backing up. A GP9-slug-GP9 trio (CN 7038, CN 221 & CN 7250) is busy backing onto a siding off of the Côte De Liesse spur. This line is usually switched at night, so it was nice to run into ... (more)
Twilight for No. 5371: The final Rio Grande locomotive (road number and paint) on the Union Pacific slumbers under the yard lights at Helper, Utah, in the twilight of November 5, 2007.
A former Santa Fe Snoot, BNSF 1896, is working the Midway Job today, as it has for the past few years now.
After a crew change and some fuel, P927 races west as it splits the signals at CP 14 with CSX 9998 on the point.
Great Sandhills crew prepares to depart Leader for Swift Current on former CP branch.
A southbound Amtrak Keystone Service train to Harrisburg meets an northbound NJ Transit train at Broad Street in Elizabeth, N.J.
What I did on my Summer vacation; redux. K040 with a faded Warbonnet and CP Beaver pass M.P. 43.
An early autumn morning and 18-087 is heading a Durban bound container train through Lidgetton Station in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands.
In a rare move, Shay #6 backs down the C&O main while Shay #5 runs past the Cass depot. This photo was taken while Shay #6 had been turned for the Great West Virginia Train Race in July.
An SD60 locomotive, formerly owned by Conrail, leads Norfolk Southern train 158 north through the switches at Elm in Greensboro, NC on August 26, 2014.
Under the evening sun, BNSF 5710 leads a loaded coal train west on the MRL as it snakes its way out of the mountains and into Helena.