The NS 1070 Wabash leads the 12R north over the Dan River.
A regional train to Potsdam Hbf passes the "Caputher Gemünde"
Another hard to catch job is the R944 local that runs out to Pelron in Lyons on the old Chicago & Illinois Western Ry. The one other time I ran into this job was maybe 7-8 years ago with a pair of... (more)
Canadian National Tier 4 GEVO 3028 is still practically brand new as it leads Q119 (Chicago - Roberts Bank, BC) over the Thompson River at Lytton, BC, on CN's scenic Ashcroft Sub.
Its really difficult to pass up this location, especially with a sunset as nice as this one. This is the BNSF Centralia turn out of Tacoma. Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: GE ET44ACLocation: Steilacoom, Washington, USALocomotive #: UnknownTrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: June 04, 2016
Train 611 rolls north on its return trip from Palmer, MA.
Amtrak Vermonter 56 glides over the Deerfield River on approach to it's station stop in Greenfield.
I can't decide whether to watch the train crossing Tenbridge, or if that precariously placed dog falls out of that kayak...
Railpictures needs more dogs.
BNSF 9751 gives a shove as DPU on an eastbound coal empty crossing the bridge at the west end of Tuscor, MT, along the Clark Fork. The train is traveling east on Montana Rail Link, and based on th... (more)
LMCX 1821 and the Montmorency waterfalls.
On a sunny afternoon in Lemont, CSX AC6000CW 692 leads a westbound vehicle train over the Des Plaines River in Lemont.
A pair of KCS Southern Belles make for a very nice lash-up as they lead an eastbound vehicle train over the Des Plaines River in Lemont.
CSX 7030 leads a southbound coal train across the Sandy River in Greenup, KY under the watchful eye of a vintage cabin cruiser.
On a rare occasion, BNSF power makes it all the way to the Monongahela Subdivision... Today, that happened. CSX E650 snakes its way across the Ex P&LE railroad bridge to get on to the single track... (more)
After two years of absence, the Orford Express is returning to Eastman as it rumbles high above Lac D'Argent.