Crossing over the Potomac River into Maryland from West Virginia at Shepherdstown is 16T with an EMD SD80MAC in the lead.
With fog so thick you could cut it with a knife blanketing the Virginia countryside, the small town of Stony Creek is woken up by the sound of loaded ethanol train K485 blasting through town just ... (more)
CSX O728 stopped to switch Pasco Iron and Metal under a rainbow and stormy skies.
The Virginia hills are coated in white during an early spring snowfall that brought up to 10 inches in the area surrounding Radford. An eastbound mixed freight glides downgrade along the former V... (more)
Recently converted EMD GP38-2 NS 5092 leads the V79 south over the Mayo River during an unusually late snowfall on the second day of Spring.
Tropical Rains! FEC 101 roars through an intense, incredible thundery downpour. This storm dropped 0.75" in about 20-30 minutes.
A mixed freight rolls through the platform of the Fredericksburg VRE station as a heavy thunderstorm pours down rain.
Kayamkulam-Ernakulam passenger powered by Erode WAP-4 22570,pulls in to TUVR amidst torrential rains
Squally Conditions! FEC 101 roars through a thundery downpour in a warned storm, typical of the tropical rainy season in Florida.
Here in Maricopa County, Arizona we typically get Monsoon storms in the summer time when cold fronts mix with our extreme heat. Also, we tend to get dust storms (haboobs) which originate from the ... (more)
UP 4122 highballs Villa Grove on the southbound ZYCSA as a Christmas Eve snowstorm lets loose over the Central Illinois area.
A Pair of BNSF GEVO's sit on a standstill as a Severe Thunderstorm moves across the DFW Metroplex.
With "Spring" having started a day prior, things didn't quite look as such, as the region was receiving a nice coating of the white stuff. It's still early in the morning as we see Amtra... (more)
Most times, winter railroading isn't much fun from the railroader side. The weather conditions can make life 10 times harder than it has to be. Here the North Crew heads out to clean the dusting o... (more)
333.352+333.349 under the storm.