We're deep in the Doe River Gorge on a very cold fall day--along the right of way of the old East Tennessee & Western North Carolina narrow gauge (3-foot) main line. When "Tweetsie" made its last ... (more)
I usually shoot the Sherman's Creek Bridge from the higher angle, tonight I decided it was time to change up the angle for something different. It worked. The signs of fall are present as you can... (more)
Built in 1882 this "Eighth Wonder of the World" lasted 121 years before it was destroyed by a F1 Tornado a little over ten years ago. At the time of the Tornado it was fourth-tallest railway bridg... (more)
Illuminated entirely by star light and the passing of two separate trains, a star filled sky swirls above the New River Gorge at Sewell as an eastbound loaded coal train crosses the New River on m... (more)
The Northern Lights shine over the old Milwaukee Road lift bridge in Hastings as a westbound train crosses the river.
Built in 1910 by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad is this four arch stone viaduct over the mouth of the Cacapon River near Great Cacapon, WV. Originally built for the then triple track B&O, CSX sti... (more)
It’s getting close to sunset at 8:55 p.m. on July 19, 2013 at Swan Landing, Alberta, as Canadian National westbound train No. 193 passes the shores of a tranquil Brule Lake. Pastel shades begin to... (more)
K621 comes across the Tennessee River with hoppers to be interchanged to SQVR. The river crossing here is split by Long Island and the lift span over the main channel is at far left.
Canadian National train No. 102 glides along the shore of Jasper Lake west of Devona, Alberta, in scenic Jasper National Park on July 16, 2013. A location known as Windy Point is just to the left ... (more)
A full moon is illuminating the beautiful countryside during a gorgeous summer evening, while a westbound H-KCKSPO1-15 (Kansas City-Spokane) High Priority Manifest Freight twists along the Missour... (more)
Lost in winter wonderland! A blue and white colored vehicle fits perfectly into this panorama view of the cold Hunsrück heights.
The "Original Norfolk Southern" Heritage Unit leads a 65R across the Rockville Bridge on it's return to North Dakota for another load of Bakken Crude.
Early morning on a hot July day, a stone train makes it's way towards Baltimore. Shot from Maryland Height's overlook, an intense 3 mile hike.
Canadian National train No. 116 crosses Prairie Creek Bridge at Hinton, Alberta, on July 18, 2013.
ES44AC's NS 8103 and 8102 the N&W and PRR Heritage units pushing a loaded coal train through War, WV.