With the sun still below the horizon, a southbound hotshot intermodal cuts its way through the thick fog draped over upstate South Carolina as it makes its way toward Atlanta, crossing over the S... (more)
Drone Shot of KCS #4006 Veteran Unit leads the MKCSH-15 on it's second run south bound from Kansas City to Shreveport
Under a steady drizzle, NS 282 stands at Spring in Atlanta, Georgia with the class SD70ACC rebuild No1800 in the lead on this Veterans Day as GZ02 slides by heading north from East Point with SD40... (more)
Union Pacific SD70AH #1943 'The Spirit of Union Pacific' leads a Denver to Grand Junction officer special across the Colorado River along the ex D&RGW Dotsero Cutoff.
High Water on the High Iron.
CP 475 plows through the flooded waters of the Mississippi River.
Conway Scenic Railroad's "Notch Train" makes it way across Willy Brook Trestle in brilliant fall colors with an usual three engine lash up. Included are, former EMC GP38 252, Former Boston and Mai... (more)
The headlight of the Union Pacific's fire fighting train cuts the smoke-filled air in the Sacramento River Valley as the Delta Fire rages in the background.
A westbound Rio Grande freight drops down the steep 3% western grade of Tennessee Pass at Mitchell, Colorado, on July 20, 1990. Leading the train is EMD SD40T-2 “Tunnel Motor” No. 5349, which ... (more)
Canadian Pacific contracted Relco Locomotives in Albia to build at least 2 of these Herzog-esque self-propelled M/W trains. This units “A” end is powered, converted from GP38AC CP 3001 and car... (more)
The action take place at railroad of Ltd. Peshelan Gypsum plant "Dekor-1". "TU8" narrow gauge diesel locomotive with trolleys goes to the gypsum mines.
A Santa Fe stack train dashes across spectacular Canyon Diablo Bridge at Canyon Diablo, Arizona, on April 19, 1990. A “Kodachrome” GE C30-7 leads a pair of EMD SD40-2s and a pair of EMD SD40s ... (more)
A southbound BNSF coal train climbs over Logan Hill at Logan, Wyoming, while exiting a stormy Powder River Basin toward sunset on July 2, 2016.
After changing crews near the Raton NM Amtrak station, ATSF BALJ is ready to ascend Raton Pass.