A proud Peruvian
He is an engineer on one of the most spectacular and steepy railroads in the world. Each day he is doing wonders, climbing from sea level up to 4781 m / 16686 ft... (more)
These are the controls of locomotive No. 97. They are what a newbie engineer uses for the first time with the Valley Railroad's "Your Hand On The Throttle" program. I believe the Valley was the fi... (more)
Inside the cab of Marc 13.
WW&F steam crew member Joe Fox keeps a watchful eye out during a switching move in Sheepscot yard. Steam and fog seem to blend together, and although the weather appears dreary nothing could dampe... (more)
#1859 cab running at notch 8 with the passenger train at 46 mp/h.
The smoker and the steamer
In the cab of the ex french steamlocomotive 241 A 65 (4-8-2), which is the largest fired by hand in Europe (without stoker)
The fireman in the cab of the 241 A 65 maintains the fire.
Engineer's view on a High Speed Train at night (300km/h / 186mph)
I needed a break from South America
A 350 Skoda is ready to leave a midnight train for the depot
The hand of an artist.
Back on the Palouse, with no light rail or streetcars for me to photograph, I guess it's time to head out from under the wire back into diesel country *sigh*. Working around Marshall means two dif... (more)
Prepairing the loco at A. Gatzea Station. Man, steel, bronze and light, thus the old time steam loco railing, just the perfect combination.
Rushing to sunset!
BNSF 5844's conductors desk lit up on a cold and snowy Winter night.