Norfolk Southern's classy set of F units and passenger cars thunder through southern Ohio on their way to Roanoke.
With ominous skies looming, the Ann Arbor Railroad heritage unit switches autoracks.
With temperatures around 50 degrees after days of snow, an odd mist covers the scene as a geep fuels up near the diamond.
An 8-unit set of power rocks back and forth as they shuffle power to the different trains.
An historic Twin Cities streetcar vies with road traffic.
A pair of UP ACes lead a long intermodal east.
A pair of vintage PCC Streetcars pause at the Jones St./Beach St. station before turning back east for another run.
An Eastbound stack train meets the morning light as it accelerates out of the siding.
Two Amtrak alumni begin the return trip to Wiliams, after treating guests to a visit to the Grand Canyon.
Kicking up leaves, GLC's 10th Anniversary GP35 rumbles south with a few cars for interchange with the current Ann Arbor Railroad.
Nestled in an offshoot of the New River Gorge on one of the plethora of branches in the area, a pair of silver and red tunnel motors meet the morning sun as they wait for the next coal train from ... (more)
With shadows growing long on a perfect Spring evening, two leased SD60s shove a coal train over the West Virginia Secondary.
A GP7 and 10 cars trundle back towards Ohio South Central's yard in Hamden.
Western competitors wait for the torch out east.
An autorack with a surprising ex-B&O leader passes the northbound Color Position Light signal, also of B&O origin, on a gorgeous winter day.