The sun breaks though a small gap between the clouds and the horizon as a mixed freights waits on an eastbound intermodal.
An SD60E leads a mixed freight as it snakes through the hills of northwestern Virginia on a cold, rainy afternoon.
Smoking Up the Ozarks On a gloomy, rainy afternoon the Branson Scenic Railway excursion train emerges from one of the tunnels in Cricket, AR.
Into the golden sunset.
Crossing one of the many wooden trestles along the route, one of the Franklin Industrial Mineral's B23-7s leads a six car consist towards the interchange at Rockwood.
The Lehigh Valley heritage unit rolls out of the tunnel at Gallitzin after just having battled the Allegheny Mountains without the assistance of helpers.
Coming out of the mines at Crab Orchard, a short six car train creeps along the old rails with an ex-Southern B23-7 in the lead. It has a long trip ahead of it to the interchange and a big grade t... (more)
The sun is just about to go down and rays are glowing bright in the sky above the clouds, and a coal train is makes its way eastbound at track speed, with an SD70ACe on the point.
RF&P 1002 has seen better days. This streamliner once wore the RF&P's gray and blue scheme and hauled passenger around Washington D.C and Richmond. Today its owned by the Virginia Museum of Transp... (more)
With red signals ahead nothing to do but sit and watch the beautiful sky as the sun sinks slowly beneath the horizon.
The maroon paint of an Alco C420 glows bright in a period between the storms over Springdale, as the idling locomotives prepare to perform their morning operations.
Sunrays shine bright above the clouds as a waiting, westbound autorack train idles in the siding at diggins on a gorgeous evening.
A mixed freight rolls through the platform of the Fredericksburg VRE station as a heavy thunderstorm pours down rain.
A worn out, old Alco sits just outside the old car shops at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, Maryland, lashed up with a BL2 and some sort of slug. I am unsure of the origins or plans for this... (more)
C&O's famous streamlined steamer, number 490 "The Hudson", sits on display in the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore Maryland today. The 490 once pulled passenger tr... (more)