A 7 train passes the iconic Silvercup Studios sign as it rounds the bend into Queensboro Plaza at sunset.
After crossing the Williamsburg Bridge, a Brooklyn-bound M train approaches the Marcy Avenue stop.
It's a tight squeeze as the Cascade Canyon train slips through the narrow cut in Rockwood on its return trip to Durango.
After emerging from the Rockwood cut, the Cascade Canyon train twists and turns its way along the Highline 400 feet above the Animas River.
Completed in 1909, the Wiesen Viaduct is less famous than the nearby Landwasser but no less impressive. At 88.9 meters tall and 210 meters long, it's the longest stone bridge on the Rhaetian Railw... (more)
An afternoon RhB train from St. Moritz crosses the world famous Landwasser Viaduct on its way into the small Swiss village of Filisur.
The California Zephyr traces the icy banks of the Colorado River on its way into Glenwood Springs, CO.
Amtrak's Empire Builder crosses the Java Creek Trestle in Glacier National Park during heavy snowfall.
It's hard to imagine a more British scene as Peak Rail's 0-6-0ST pauses outside the beautiful gothic station at Darley Dale in order to give passengers an opportunity to visit the railroad museum ... (more)
An afternoon train begins its steep journey from the car-free village of Wengen back down to the Lauterbrunnen valley floor far below.
An aerial cable car lifts you from the valley floor in Lauterbrunnen up the steep cliff face to Grütschalp, where you switch to this single track narrow gauge line in order to complete your journe... (more)
The Wengernalpbahn may be the world's longest cog railway, but it looks like a toy up against the imposing cliffs and mountains that loom over the small Swiss village of Lauterbrunnen.
The sun emerged for less than a minute, shining directly on the impressive Glenfinnan Viaduct as the Jacobite steamed over it on its way from Fort William to Mallaig in the Scottish Highlands.