20 minutes after sunset the last coal train goes to Hongguang, a small village in the mountains with several minor coal mines. After a hefty afternoon storm the last sun rays illuminate the vanish... (more)
CP 8707 leads its train south between Okotoks and Aldersyde on a beautiful winter morning. As a side note, this is my 100th photo accepted to the Railpictures database!
Passenger train #144 Vologda - Murmansk
The shadows are quickly enveloping the Colorado River valley floor at Bond, CO as a pair engines shove on the rear of empty hoppers departing the main line onto the Craig Branch.
The SP "odd ball" 6462 was a former Cotton Belt locomotive one painted in Daylight colors and numbered 330. It came west in 1960 as 306 and renumbered to 6462. It ha no dynamics of fro... (more)
Passenger train #371 Arkhangelsk - Kotlas
961, with an endangered SD70 standard cab leader, kicks the snow up passing the Matewan Depot.
The Loyginskaya narrow-gauge railway is located in Arkhangelsk Oblast and Vologda Oblast, Russia. The forest railway was opened in 1947. The railway is a 750 mm narrow-gauge rail... (more)
Leased NS 5294 in operation for NYSW. Dropping off my son for college at SUNY Cortland. This job operates as needed so I was lucky. Only caught CL1 operating twice for his four years in college.
After two GP35’s with an eastbound coal train arrived at Altoona, Pennsylvania in a cloud of brake shoe ... (more)
Locomotive #6 "Klaus" (former ÖBB 298.106) and locomotive 298.102 "Sierning" at Grünburg Station. The museum narrow gauge railway of the Valley of the Steyr (Steyrtalbahn) in U... (more)
Locomotive #6 "Klaus" (former ÖBB 298.106) with a short passenger train to Grünburg is crossing the river Steyr on the Waldneukirchen Bridge. The museum narrow gauge railway of the Valle... (more)
Switching at Brejo Alegre yard, outside BUNGE Grain Complex, a pair of GE D-9 (#6190 and #6184) formed a new grain train going to interior of Minas Gerais state.
After meeting SP train 111, the Loram train continues to work near the BN Balmer Yard. As the crew checks the rails and takes in the view, note the antlers mounted on top of the caboose near the ... (more)