South Bound BNSF freight rolls across the High trestle over trout creek between South Junction and Gateway, Oregon on the Oregon trunk RY
The daily Cincinnati to Patio Yard local (CSX Q549) waits for signal indication out of CSX Yard Two as Southbound 957 lead by Southern RR 630 makes a spectacular exit from Gest Street Yard before ... (more)
Union Pacific’s West Local crosses over Colo. Highway 72 just west of Leyden, Colorado, on January 27, 1998. Leading the train is venerable Rio Grande GP30 No. 3003.
CN C40-8 2114 and CN C40-8M 2421 lead an empty Standard Gravel train over the Paddle River trestle on CN's mainly nocturnal Sangudo Sub. Catching a train here at the right time of day is extremely... (more)
An LMS CW40-8 leads an eastbounder by Station Square. Photographed from the Ft. Pitt Bridge.
An Empire Builder crosses the Skykomish River, curving through the small town of Index while making its way in the last hours of the westward run to Seattle. It was close to four o'clock in the a... (more)
The Cedar River Local is on the way south to Waterloo with 73 cars. Here the job passes over the Cedar River as a fisherman enjoys a nice afternoon.
Two SD40-2s and two newer GEs lead a short cut of autoracks south through King Plow in golden morning light. Note the American flag decals on ex-CR 3446.
Eastbound coal train V831 crosses the Ohio River on the ex-PL&E at Monaca, PA.
A loaded coal from Eagle Butte Mine, WY, bound for unloading at Juliette, GA, for Georgia Power's Scherer plant crosses the Tarkio River in southwestern Iowa. This train is currently working the r... (more)
Orange Crush Wearing brand new paint and leading an all-orange Genesee & Wyoming consist for today’s Z762, the six axle MB 3402 pulls a very long train of boxcars around the Alabama River ... (more)
Well who didn't know that? Is a phrase which is said amongst my railfan friends and I for those moments you don't expect when out photographing trains and that was exactly my reaction upon... (more)
RhB ABe 4/16 with "BüGA" advertising livery en route as S1 1510 from Rhäzüns to Schiers.
Q191's train trundles over the Athabasca River under a brief period of sunny skies.