A westbound oil train crosses the Cuivre River at Old Monroe, Missouri. I'd have to say that those power lines had my full attention as I tried to get into position.
N&W Y6b 2179 pushes an eastbound coal drag and is about to pass under the wooden road bridge at Blue Ridge.
Worn out Amtrak E9 at Bostons "Junk Yard" area
Yellow and green in the land of warbonnetsOn June 23, 1996, an eastbound Chicago & North Western (well, Union Pacific by this date, but still doesn’t look like it) intermodal train spri... (more)
Birmingham Southern Alco HH900, Nº82 was pulled out from it's canopy on November 8, 2020 for a photo charter and is seen at the Calera & Shelby depot in Calera, Alabama. 82 holds a title in severa... (more)
Built by the Santa Fe Railway in 1930, this Spanish Colonial Revival-style station replaced the town’s original 1888-built Victorian depot. Today, this station is owned by the Fullerton Redevelo... (more)
Storm Light at Coal Creek
That terrific storm light in the early spring along the cliffs of Coal Creek back light an ascending oil can into the last curve before heading ... (more)
Painted in WC heritage livery, CN ET44AC 3069 is leading train G846 east between Park Gate and Swan Landing and is about to head into the Brule Tunnel.
With a bit of colorful foliage on this particular hillside, an otherwise pretty ordinary scene of an ACe shoving at the rear of a Southbound is brought to life with Autumn color on this October da... (more)
Four units are up front (CN 2976, military unit CN 3233, CN 3122 & CN 2030) as CN 305 approaches Turcot Ouest, where a new crew will get onboard and bring some of the power to Taschereau Yard so t... (more)
Chiefs in Serafina. Amtrak Southwest Chief (Train 3, AMTK 5, P42DC leading) made the slow roll down the siding in Blanchard near Serafina, New Mexico awaiting the passing meet with Amtrak T... (more)
Amtrak Superliner special stops to display new cars at Columbus,WI....
Dropping down the Cuesta grade Amtrak no. 11, the southbound Coast Starlight, crosses the Stenner Creek Trestle into San Luis Obispo.