The westbound empty cans from Los Angeles to Wunpost pass through Santa Barbara at daybreak ahead of the morning Surfliners.
CN C40-8s 2005 and 2114 bring L513's up to the north track at English on a marvellous afternoon in The Rockies.
Crawling through multiple curves, an eastbound BNSF stack train passes the west switch at Bealville while climbing California’s Tehachapi Pass on a warm March 2, 2016.
Winter isn't over 'til it's over 'round here! CN C40-8W 2186 and C40-8M 2442 lead train G847 through a late spring snowstorm between Solomon and Swan Landing on CN's Edson Sub.
Norfolk Southerns' Training First Responders GP38-2, 5642 sat in a little classification yard beside a gas refinery from May 30th to June 1st. I went to visit it on the last day. Firefighters and... (more)
To boldly go where no UP unit has led before...Union Pacific operated an office car special from Council Bluffs, IA to Croxton, NJ on May 30 and 31, using neighbor and partner Norfolk Southern. U... (more)
A Salute to the FallenIt's a couple days late for Memorial Day, but a salute to our fallen servicemen and women is in order. Thank you to all of you and your families for your sacri... (more)
Westbound empty garbage train near Home Valley in the Columbia River Gorge.
With the threat of severe storms in the area, some of which were overtaking the sun, Strasburg #89 makes its final pass for a throng of photographers who signed up for a Lerro Photography charity ... (more)
Sometimes 230 runs with standard power, but it still looks good going over the Tomoka. The 230 no longer runs.
Through a field of flowers, SRC #89 barks her way over the Pumpkinville Turnpike with supplies and men for the war effort. A charter by Lerro Productions and the Strasburg Rail Road.
On November 4, 2017 a westbound BNSF train struggles uphill towards Yampai just after the sun lit up over the Aubrey Cliffs at Pica.
End of the day at Chama following the final revenue run of the 2017 season.
The Mount Lahaska Cog-less Railway, or... Cogs? We don't need to stinking cogs, lol.
This is the view from the top of the crest at Lahaska, PA, the steepest grade along the former Reading... (more)
Three-to-four and this coming-off-the-Columbia-Sub stack and its hangin-ten-high crew wait for a favorable approach at Latah Junction as the clouds drift swift overhead on a quickening breeze and ... (more)