Falling snow makes red beams of light from the west wye switch at Yocum Connection.
Engine 8154 leads a westbound freight over the Crystal Creek trestle near West Glacier, Montana.
Engine 7511 leads a westbound freight train along the banks of the Flathead River, skirting Glacier National Park's southern boundary.
Santa Fe 5354 knocks down ABS 3333 at Cosnino, Arizona on Sept. 27, 1990.
N&W 611 has cleared Cooper Tunnel and begins the climb to Elkhorn Tunnel (about a mile ahead) by crossing the former N&W Bluestone Branch, shown beneath the trestle, lower left, in this view. Once... (more)
A Southern Pacific coal load climbs the steep Tennessee Pass Subdivision a mile or two below the summit on a sunny March 29, 1997 afternoon. The 100 car train had three AC4400CWs on the point, fou... (more)
Almost as it was in the summer time, a strong downpour comes out of nowhere as FEC 101 is starting its southbound run to Miami. Those are some big drops in the beams of the headlights and the stea... (more)
A northbound/ uptown local 1 train passes the old tunnel-way where the Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line & the now 42nd Street Shuttle tracks connected. Normal "through" trains used to use th... (more)
A pair of MTA Subway trains thread the low-rise, urban density of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The dome of the landmark Williamsburg Bank is the product of venerated architect William B. Post, also n... (more)
Emerging out of thick morning fog, an eastbound BNSF freight rumbles across Noxon Bridge over the Clark Fork west of Noxon, Montana, just after sunrise on October 2, 2014.
Choosing sides at Deep River Creek. Under a pretty mackerel sky, Engineer Brian Messinger takes Valley Railroad Mikado #40 and the 2:30 edition of the Santa Special across Deep River Creek,... (more)
Battle of Light. The signals at Noimi Jct. battle to protect the CN Minntac Sub from an oncoming train. The signals won and the train headed up the CN Missabe Sub.
And the days get short, when you reach....November. My, the days are darn short when you get into the holiday season. It's not even 3 PM yet and the New England Sun is already doing a swan... (more)
Several minutes after the sun had set, the sky was still alive with color above Lake Pend Oreille as a westbound manifest rolled across the famous bridge over the lake.
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