Denver & Rio Grande Western K-36's #485 and #487 get in position next to the coal tower for servicing prior to their next assignment that will likely include surmounting the grades of the San Juan... (more)
Nevada Northern wreck train turns on the wye at Keystone to move train into the proper position to begin working a derailment nearby. Actually this photo was taken during the annual 2015 Winter P... (more)
At the conclusion of the Fired Up Photo Charter hosted by Jim Wrinn of Trains Magazine, 611 rests after a long day of run-by's next to NCTM staple FP-7 #6133. Thunderheads build in the background ... (more)
The CFF 764-408 named Cozia 1 is getting prepared to leave the Visu de Sus yard with an early morning empty train into the forest.
The second Santa's Express Train of the day crosses the Beaverdam Branch of the Juniata River, having just split from the former Pennsylvania Railroad Petersburg Branch.
With the first Santa's Express Train of the day, Everett Railroad #11 trundles across the Frankstown Branch of the Juniata River, on its way to Kladder and Brooks Mills. There aren't too many pla... (more)
A somber day in Rubicon. A chilly rain falls as two well-dressed women visit the grave of a loved one in the cemetery at St. John's Parish in Rubicon, Wisconsin. The soft patter of raindro... (more)
611 simmers while being carefully cleaned while Southern FP-7 #6133 acts as yard goat, assembling the train that 611 will pull home to Roanoke the following morning.
With a short train in tow, Everett's Mogul digs into the grade past Cunningham Lane.
611 backs down to tie on to her train which will be the consist for her inaugural trip home to Roanoke the following day.
The cab of 611, as she simmers in the Spencer yard before her maiden voyage back to Roanoke the following day.
With rods down and the famous Helmstetter's Farm barn in the background, Mountain Thunder drifts back down to Cumberland.
With the return train to Cumberland, 734 enters the famous Helmstetter's Curve.