Two BB 66000 and a "cocotte-minute" (pressure cooker, aka steam generator for passenger cars heating) are ready for departure in Toulouse Matabiau
Diesel locomotive 1424 with a historical train from Tua to Régua
Amtrak’s westbound California Zephyr wiggles through the curves in Red Gorge west of Radium, Colorado, on November 6, 2012.
ICE, ICE, Intercity
It's a typically busy weekday morning at the long distance rail station in Frankfurt Airport. Two high-speed ICE trains and a regular Intercity consist bracketed b... (more)
The Alaska State Fair is a two week long annual celebration that punctuates the end of summer in the 49th State. The fairgrounds in Palmer sit right beside the ARR's normally freight only branch ... (more)
Fall is short in the last frontier and the opportunity to shoot trains in brilliant colors is limited to a week or maybe two at best. With passenger service cut back from daily in each direction ... (more)
Looking the part. Looking every bit like the hogger you'd expect to see in the cab of a wood-burning Heisler in the wilderness of Eastern Oregon, Sumpter Valley Engineer Sam McCloskey alway... (more)
An Amtrak Cities Sprinter splits the overhead signals at Elizabeth, NJ.
Silent nightPerforming their usual tri-weekly ritual, the westbound Cardinal rolls into the once-bustling railroad city of Ashland. Typically, a few passengers will disembark or cl... (more)
A San Diego bound Pacific Surfliner climbs the Redondo Flyover on its way from Metrolink tracks to BNSF tracks. Below it the Los Angeles River has some rare water.
BNSF Officer Special East stirring up the birds East of Mariposa Yard, East of Stockton, CA.