If you have to get your feet wet when photographing trains you know you're onto a good shot....
An express train to Delhi heads over the "holy" River Ganges at Allahabad, the scene a few weeks earlier of Kumbh Mela - the largest human gathering on earth as approx 120 million people... (more)
The mornings chores carry on as normal against the backdrop of express trains going to and from Calcutta.
ALCO powered 16666 and its engineer wait patiently under the Goan sun for EMD powered 40115 to clear the single line with the Jan Shatabdi express from Mumbai.
Sun, sea, sand and ALCOs... What more do you need?!
The local train to Anuradhapura splits the semaphore signals at the small station of Nagollagama.
The morning commuter train pulls into Mount Lavinia station hauled by one of the distinctive MLW built M4 locomotives - African cabbed (although not in Africa!) MX620s powered with an ALCO 12-251C... (more)
The proud station master at Barwala poses for a photo at his desk, in front of the token machines and station panel.
One of those rare occasions where the sunlight falls perfectly through the trees.....
Assistant takes a good look at his formation as , long goods train moves over to mainline.
I'm aware that everyone who visits Mailani seems to get this shot, but that doesn't mean its not worth getting. Plus this was the precursor to more)
Triple headed ALCOs aren't too common these days.... Sadly the rear two were dead but it certainly looks good as 16313, 16468 and 16691 pause at Norla Road where the electrification (that will soo... (more)
The town stirs as the early morning train from Baripada to Calcutta awaits departure time.
A pair of ALCOs pull a small passenger train out of Rayagada over a small river gorge.
Catch! The driver of the little ALCO in-charge of the Bahraich to Mailani train throws the token to the signalman as he approaches the terminus....