A passenger train shot at night in a tunnel without flashes: this is a good way to show this quite special location in Paris. It is the section giving access to the Paris "East" station.... (more)
Through the hills....literally. Crossett Western #10 exits the 300 ft long tunnel near Mouton Falls, and is seen here in the rock cut that marks the approach to the West Portal.
The tun... (more)
Through the hills....literally. A few rays of sunlight highlight the exhaust plume of Crossett Western #10 as she emerges from West Portal of the 300 ft long tunnel near Mouton Falls, on he... (more)
The eastbound Rio Grande Ski Train exits Moffat Tunnel at East Portal, Colorado, on March 21, 1997. A pair (only three built and painted for D&RGW) of Rio Grande EMD GP60s power the passenger trai... (more)
GE AC44i - In Mendes / Rio de Janeiro - Brazil.
Double GE AC44i (Empty) In Mendes / Rio de Janeiro - Brazil.
There is no fire…. yet! What are they doing? Southern Pacific ran a vegetation control spray train on its Cascade Subdivision to apply a herbicide to prevent growth of burdensome Bracken fe... (more)
A southbound empty unit coal train of TILX hoppers for Corbin exits the double track Tunnel 18 at Mullins.
A brand new BNSF ES44C4 is wandering strange lands as it emerges from Montgomery Tunnel on the former Norfolk & Western mainline. The train is just about to complete its climb up Christiansburg Hi... (more)
A pair of 'Waratah' sets pass at the entrance to the North Sydney tunnels.
Last light at Tunnel City: Brand-new Soo Line EMD SD60 No. 6012 leads the hot Ford train westbound out of Tunnel City, Wisconsin, in the very last light of September 20, 1987. Trailing is recently... (more)
The Marne Valley Regional Express "TER" Paris 10h36 to Saint-Dizier 12h46 exits the Nanteuil-Saâcy tunnel at 100 mph. It is hauled by 41 year-old BB 15007 in "multi-services" l... (more)
As the sun sets deep down inside Natural Tunnel State Park, NS 2673 leads eastbound empty unit coal train 745 through the state park, bound for a meet with NS 386 at Jasper.
On the Washington side of the Columbia River, on the Fallbridge Sub at Tunnel 8, is one of the many grainers.