Southbound on the L570 grinding up the 2.2% hill out of Pemberton, BC. A 15-mile climb to Wedge, just north of Whistler.
Engineer Andy keeps an eye on the tracks and locomotive(s) ahead as the speedometer of NKP 765 rises on the first runby at Smith Cr... (more)
With his hand firmly on the throttle, engineer Rich Melvin guides NKP 765 down the track during a series of pacing runbys with PM 1225. Photo taken from the cab of PM 1225.
From the cab of my SD70M-2 on the old BC Rail. Scenery like this is why I love my job.
Father (left) is fireing today and his son is on the throttle and helping with the firebox door, when cogwheel steamlocomotive HG 2/3 is rocking and rolling up the grade of 11.0 % from Realp towar... (more)
Sierra Railroad’s 2-8-2 Baldwin # 18 with fireman Bob Woods on the flame somewhere near Warnerville Calif. on March 9th 2008.
© Steve Crise Photo. Scrise.com
Fireman Chris Lambert throws in another scoop of coal as we head up the steep grades to Bald Knob.
San Bernardino Railroad Historical Society volunteer member Wolf Fengler has a firm grip on his spot firing duties aboard the 3751. The ex Santa Fe steam engine was on display at Los Angeles Union... (more)
Crossing Săo Joăo bridge with cement freight
Every engineers worst nightmare. Thankfully we were shoving in reverse when this photo was taken and to the bus drivers credit, he made a complete stop at the crossing before proceeding.
A cab view of the once Canadian American 453. It now sits on freight car trucks, apparently serving as a parts source.
Ever wonder what an engineer sees? Well here's the controls to an ex:TFM GP40. Viewers may notice the blue light on the locomotive, which tells employees that workers are currently working on the ... (more)
The driver of DF4 4336 poses for a photo, even wearing the company hat.