Late Saturday night (2/20/2010) BNSF's MBARSTO1 20A put 9 cars on the ground, some of which caught fire while inside Tunnel 9. The fire continued to burn well into Sunday, while crews waited for i... (more)
Locos CN 5788 (picture) and CN 5649 and five tank train cars derailled. Ice on public crossing was the cause of derailement. More pictures at: http://deraillements.trains.quebec.fotopic.net/
An eastbound/southbound BNSF manifest loops the "loop" on its winding way up the mountain. A warbonnet leads with two distributed power units pushing. A CD with over 70 high-resolution aerials wi... (more)
The Viso double switchback is more spectacular viewed from the top level (called Viso Arriba) than from below - see picture 365752... (more)
Bad line make this derailment , at least only the two Alcos derailed and the coaches stayed on the line.
The lady doing her washing pays scant attention to the passing of the regular FES afternoon mixed to Sitio del Nino. At Sitio three steam powered link and pin mixed trains will meet to swap passe... (more)
Union Pacific consolidation #618 crosses the Snake Creek Trestle during winter. This is the winning color photograph from Winterail 2009.
Royal Canadian Pacific Tour train
A great start to a day of photography on the Columbia River Sub. This vehicle train snakes off the bridge and along the bluffs, seemingly all the way back to Wenatchee. Fortunately the train was... (more)
Just before sunup in frosty downtown Keystone, W.Va., NS's Interstate heritage unit shoves train No. 776 up Elkhorn Grade, with locomotives in notch-8, awakening the sleeping mining community on a... (more)
Famous class A 1218 struggles up the Blue Ridge grade with an eastbound freight while a leased RF&P EMD E8 rolls downgrade with the POWHATAN ARROW.
Tools Of The Trade. All of the things that make this probably the best-equipped steam locomotive shop in North America fill up all the space not occupied by locomotives. The cage i... (more)
English Electric type 3, 37411 crosses the causeway at Golant in Cornwall, England with a railtour from Plymouth. The class 37 was on the rear of the train, while a Standard 4 steam loco was on th... (more)
the results of a serious level crossing collision, one fatailty, the truck driver. Crew escaped with minor injuries.
Note, the remains of the truck can be seen to the left of 8147