Rainy Sacramento Saturday- With a light rain falling on the last trip of the day, Granite Rock #10 crosses the Capitol Mall on its way back to the Sacramento Southern depot.
The class lights are lit and the two Bloomer Line's EMD 567 engines are in the eighth notch as Engineer Jones pulls this loaded grain train bound for the CN. They had just finished loading half th... (more)
A cold rain has turned to a heavy, wet snow as a Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad photo freight is approaching the summit of Cumbres Pass on September 17, 1996. The train is led by Rio Grande K-... (more)
The "storm of the century" is raging but the Canadian Pacific station staff have cleared enough snow off the platform for the few passengers to board the D&H train to New York City. The D&H's fou... (more)
Station Master Beausejour is on the platform in the blinding snow as The Frontenac begins its 178 mile trip from Montreal to Quebec City. It will be running very late as this is the Storm of the ... (more)
After heavy rains and a temperature drop a layer of fog has formed over the Mohawk River. The SB Adirondack out of Montreal makes it's normal late day appearance with the full dome Ocean View. Thi... (more)
Looming out of the thick coastal fog, and doing its best to add to it, McCloud 25 emerges from the murk.
4 CSX locomotives lead train Q137 through the fog across the Ohio River in Beaver, PA.
After gathering the loads at Cane Patch, located on the ex-Interstate Railroad's Pardee Branch, the cab on NS U47 has just passed under the ex-L&N's CV Appalachia-Norton main at Sawmill, Va. The s... (more)
After arriving into SAC on the Coast Starlight, i was able to check out the CSRM facilities in Old Sac.
Lead by a CitiRail unit, a BNSF intermodal quickly pops out of a dense fog while it crosses the river on a cold winter morning.
SSRR 2030 waits for clearance to cross the UP Martinez Subdivision to access the SP Sacramento Shops
The Monongahela heritage unit leads a short 34N eastbound out of Alliance, Ohio on the NS Fort Wayne Line during the season's first snowfall.