Large snowflakes continue to fall in Valentine/ Crozier Canyon as a heavy Q-train battles up the grade of Yampai, passing the old school house that was built in 1924 and closed in 1936.
BNSF 7697, a H2 ES44DC GEVO, races down the Arizona Divide along the BNSF Seligman Subdivision during the fourth day of contentious snowfall with its high priority LTL cargo for San Bernardino, CA... (more)
CN 2304 leads westbound train 406 on a beautiful Summer afternoon, passing through the town of Sussex, New Brunswick.
ES44DC 2331 and ex-UP/CNW C40-8 2032 head east through Ardrossan with Scotford to Winnipeg train 314.
Two BNSF engines bracket a pair NS Stallions as they crest the summit in Tehachapi with a heavy Mixed Manifest.
Light engines race through Commerce on their way to Watson where they will be used later in the day to bring the H WATBAR up to Barstow.
CSX train Q241 rolls across the Great Miami River bridge in downtown Dayton. NS and CSX share this bridge with NS owning the unoccupied track. CSX runs about 27 +/- trains per day across the bridg... (more)
With a friendly wave from the hogger, westbound train 406 approaches Hampton, New Brunswick, on a beautiful Fall afternoon.
The tailend DP locomotive shoves Q102 out of town. Training on the Nordco M-214 winter "broom" takes place to the right.
A rail replacement program was underway in 2013 on the Hannibal Sub. This train is moving south (railroad west) past the grain elevators at Annada, Missouri.
An early morning eastbound BNSF autorack train with three ES44DC's race towards Barstow, California September 24, 2011.
The westbound passes the newly installed signals and radio mast that await activation at Wyndale.
At the end of a lovely day of railroad photography, we took time to relax at Swan Landing, overlooking Brule Lake on the Athabasca River west of Hinton, AB. The last train of the day was this west... (more)
Westbound manifest train at the Lyle Rest Area in the Columbia River Gorge.
CN 2318 leads a late stack train Q120, as they round the bend at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick, on a cold Winter morning, with some early morning light.