Even from a distance, you can't mistake a Santa Fe warbonnet leader. Q373 crosses the massive Susquehanna River Bridge.
With their whole train visible out on the desert floor, 2 SP Tunnel Motors work west on the D&RGW main.
A colorful assortment of SD40-2's are reflected in the Potomac River.
The Fernandina Rocket takes the Callahan crossover at speed.
The DPU on an eastbound empty grain train in Echo Canyon.
With the Philadelphia skyline as a backdrop,a single CSX SD70MAC hauls double stacks over the High Line.
Eastbound along the Columbia River
The Ringling Bros. Circus Train stretched out on the High Line in Philly behind NS and UP power.
This view shows the grade and curvature encountered by trains in Crozier Canyon.
Although Union Pacific was firmly in control of CNW, it was still common to see pure CNW consists. A pair of SD40-2s race east with a mixed freight.
2 GEVOs and an ACe lead a westbound K-Line stack train through Afton Canyon.
A scene at a Trolley Museum ? No. This was how the SEPTA 69th St. barn looked in 1980. Cars are for the Norristown High Speed Line.
A westbound UP stack train in Echo Canyon is lit up by a timely break in a mostly cloudy sky.
"The Little Engine that Could". A clean SW1001 is roaring mightily as it returns from a day of switching in Philly with 51 cars in tow.