The life on the Queensborough Bridge isn't so bad... Stay out on the river all day and watch the sun go down. Occasionally, you'll find the odd train, such as these two 900's pulling auto racks of... (more)
The Super Moon Eclipse begins to rise over the Colorado Plateau as a heavy Los Angeles Harbor bound stack train slowly climbs the 1.5% grade at Angell.
After shoving Q353 and K522 up and over the hill from Cumberland, the two helper sets combine to head back east towards The Queen City to shove another freight over Sand Patch Grade, as seen from ... (more)
K552 crawls up Sand Patch Grade, splitting the hills and mountains of Pennsylvania, the SD50 trying to keep the loaded steel slab train moving West along CSX's Keystone Sub as seen from the Foley ... (more)
Breaking the silence of rustling leaves and a rushing Wills Creek (Just beyond the other side of the tracks), E759 although empty, grinds up Sand Patch Grade with a YN2 duo pulling hoppers past on... (more)
"WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS"
Rolling by the fertile farmlands of the Cumberland Valley, Norfolk Southern train 211 approaches Hagerstown, MD in a heavy downpour.
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The engineer lays on the horn of Winchester and Western GP38 2197 leading train 86 at the King Street crossing in downtown Martinsburg, WV with the former the Cumb... (more)
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Southern Mikado 4501 puts on great show as it ducks under the Mary Street Bridge in Bristol, Virginia.
30 minutes after sunset an East Bound crosses the BNSF at the railfan park
Union Pacific ES44AC No. 7999 eases into Henefer a few minutes before sunrise with an Ogden bound manifest on the drawbars. The train has just exited Echo Canyon after following the grade down fro... (more)
777 heads west across the Rockville Bridge with NS 1168/ NS 1161 on the first of June, 2015.
Norfolk Southern H02 with engine 3010 at the point (long hood forward) and a few freight cars behind heads Westbound through a very rainy, eerie and dark storm at... (more)
After a long day chasing N&W 611, the three of us head West towards home and decided to stop to grab a shot of these two manifest freights meeting at Kumis control point.
Slithering through lower gum field, Shay No. 4 eases into a tunnel of green foliage on its descent to the switchbacks with a work train in tow.