As the winter sun rises over the Cascades, its warm rays start to melt the morning frost and fill the valley with a light fog that glows from the sun. It’s a serene and beautiful morning that come... (more)
FEC #432 leads train #123 southbound through the fog across the bridge at Stuart.
A northbound D&H manifest was punching out of the early morning fog as it dropped downgrade past SW Cabin at Ninevah, NY on Sept. 15, 1976 with three C628s.
Dreaming - Looking like something straight out of R.E.M. The CN 2336's nuclear numberboards and headlights pierce extreme fog, in the thick of a humid spring night.
Fall at the Jersey Shore With the North Jersey Coast Line running only blocks from the ocean at points, it is not uncommon to find the line blanketed by fog. Here, NJT 4216 shoves a southbo... (more)
A westbound manifest leaves the fog behind while climbing the grade from Weed to Black Butte jct on the Siskiyou sub
Fall in Ohio - some color left in the trees, a light fog in the air and little frost on the ground as a coal train works it's way by Vauces Center Siding.
A lite fog rolls in as a east bound train is stopped in the background after hiting a car at a crossing.
An Invisible Inferno. The 4 red aspects interacting with a heavy fog creates a blazing silhouette of a C&O cantilever at Hilldale. an 826 second exposure @ f5.0, ISO 200.
A northbound BNSF manifest rolls through the eerie fog of a winter morning along the Puget Sound. Another of my favorites from a series of Black and White conversions.
Black Card Trickery. With advance warning that a short Q302 approached Hilldale, I devised a plan. A bit of exposure pre-train to silhouette the signal, a black card (ok, a piece of cardboard) i... (more)
A westbound with a nice all EMD lashup looms out of the fog as the sun rises on Halloween morning, 2011.
With fog laying in the valley of Meadow Creek, eastbound NF&G empties arrive at W.E. Meadow Creek from Russell, eastbound on CSX's New River Subdivision.
On a cold fall morning, frozen fog hangs low on the Yough River as a late P030 cuts through the thick stuff heading east.
Two CSX GEs leading a southbound TILX loaded coal train N301 across the Copper Creek Viaduct as the morning fog is still burning out of the Clinch River Valley.