It's a humid morning here in the Tennessee Valley as you can hear the light rain fall, and the light fog dissipate in the morning dew. You can feel a cool draft blasting out of the west portal of... (more)
On this May morning a thick fog hung over the James River while everywhere else the morning was beautiful. Amtrak 20, the NB Crescent, cuts through the fog like a knife as it heads out of Lynchbur... (more)
Pere Marquette 1225 at West Wilkinson Road in Owosso, MI at sunset during a Lerro Productions photo charter.
On the first day of spring I can't help but reflect on a winter that, in the New York area at least, was somewhat underwhelming, in contrast to many parts of the USA that really got hammered.... p... (more)
After a long evening of rain the moon shows its self as a heavy EB stack train makes its way out of the fog on a very cold winter night in Southern AZ
Standard power leads a yard transfer through downtown Pittsburgh.
Brand new UP 9103 sits on a cold dark night at Picacho waiting for their switchman to hop back on and head west.
On a Monday morning, Mother Nature kicks off a new week with a beautiful display of colour to greet the first Acela Express of the day from New York's Penn Station to Boston, as it zips past Concr... (more)
At sunset, moments after a fierce downpour, a rainbow forms above the station in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, welcoming a stream of passengers discharging from a set of SEPTA Silverliner IV's. I've lon... (more)
A SEPTA push-pull commuter set, led by an AEM-7 (No. 2305), prepares for departure from Marcus Hook, PA, bound for Claymont, DE and eventually terminating at Newark, DE by nightfall.
An Amtrak Acela Express transit heads for New York Penn Station from Washington Union Station as it spans the Susquehanna River at Perryville, Md., at sunset.
Norfolk and Western's "M" Class No. 382 and No. 475, both 4-8-0 Mastodons, bask under the light of a full Moon (and a few well placed floods) for a photo shoot with Lerro Productions at the... (more)
Morning fog blanketing the valley has not been burned off by the early morning sun as OSL 1068 approaches Heber City, UT
Rounding a twenty-degree curve on a 1.7% uphill grade, H802 with 2 AC's and 37 loads of coal are down to 3mph on wet rail.
One of the 37 D9-40Cs active on the NS roster, NS 8835 and a visiting Canadian National SD70M-2 rest on a foggy evening in Gainesville.