460 113 passes Eglisau bridge with train 2586 Zurich - Schaffhausen
CP AC4400CW 8509 is seen leading a Eastport, ID to Hinkle, OR Manifest (M-ETHK) south on Joso Viaduct over the Snake River in the last minutes of evening light - 08/09/2013
Chugging along the frigid expanses of rural Minnesota, a little CAT powered Geep handles two reefers, a coil car, and a healthy string of ethanol along the Minnesota Prairie Line.
Two ABe 4/8 "Diamant" EMUs cross the Reuss as S17 service to Dietikon.
An Arosa - Chur local service crosses the Langwies Viaduct, while a Chur - Arosa special (Ge 4/4 II, Alpine Classic Pullman cars) waits for it to pass.
The sun is about to disappear as the 203 crosses the Holston River bridge at sunset. Visible on the other side of the bridge from this vantage point, the French Broad River (flowing from the left)... (more)
FEC 224 rolls across the tidewater in St. Augustine. Can you spot the drone?
Freight train #60.024 of TRANSAP railway from Los Lirios (near Rancagua), loaded with sulfuric acid for export to great copper mines of northern Chile, and with destination Barrancas harbour in Sa... (more)
T31 soars over one of the many small valleys between Canton and Asheville on a perfectly clear December day. The train is almost back to its home terminal and has a good string of loaded cars in t... (more)
Blue Ridge Southern's T31 train crosses the French Broad River as it Norfolk Southern's yard in Asheville. The train will work for about an hour before heading back west to Canton.
NS 3066 leads a local west towards Burns Harbor Yard and past the new bridges that will make this section of Norfolk Southern's Chicago Line four tracks wide.
A tanker train heading inland from Durban, seen here by Mooi River.
Matched SD9043MAC's lead a southbound unit grain train across Joso Bridge on a windy September morning.
Reflections FEC 226 with a big champ and a little champ reflects in the tidewater in St. Augustine on a spectacular morning.
FEC 224 steps across the tidewater lead by two "Little Champs". As more GE's arrive catching EMD's on a through freight will become more challenging.