DIESEL, DUST & DUSK
This harmony in dust and dusk was the result of the lucky encounter of a train at the right time with a railfan that had just inadvertently sent the right amo... (more)
With such a sight to behold, is it no wonder how railroading had such a hold on the nation's imagination for over a hundred years?
The last of the evening sun had slipped behind the horizon and such colours as remained were rapidly draining away. Only my friend Ian and I remained, all the others in our party had (probably wis... (more)
A shot taken while waiting for a north bound steam hauled charter but the unique lighting was too good an opportunity to miss as a Class 390 passed southbound
Eastbound coal loads behind a pair of GE C44/60AC convertibles wait on a restricting signal for traffic ahead to clear up before crossing the Missouri River at sunrise in Omaha Nebraska
Night Meet at Moss Run. An empty Westbound grain awaits an Eastbound coal train to clear the single track at OX Cabin. Shot was taken with the use of a black card to let the engines come through... (more)
LMS Princess Pacific No 6201Princess Elizabeth being prepared for the day's duties on the East Lancs Railway.
63. The fading light adds a great feel to one of my last trains of the day.
87. The rising sun glows through two mountain peaks as this train makes a break for Denver. A little while this train will have unknown air issues that will require the help of a MOW employee.
JR Hokkaido Super Oozora limited express train no. 7 running along the Pacific coast near Ombetsu at twilight on February 2, 2007. The rugged Hidaka Mountains, the backbone of southern Hokk... (more)
Just before sunrise, we had to make the little light we had work. It was a wet snow, so we decided not to trek too far away from the car. But here the westbound MSTDVJ heads through the crossing w... (more)
JR Hokkaido Airport Rapid passing the fishing hamlet of Zenibako at twilight on August 31, 2006, along the northern coast of Japan's northern island. The train originated at the New Chitose... (more)
A West bound coal drag breaks the silence as it heads over the Mountain sub on a frosty October morning
2009 Center for Railroad Photography and Art Gold winner
A NJ Transit MU train leaves SB out of Newark NJ Penn Station during the evening rush one late December evening.
BNSF 789 heads east along the Columbia River Gorge through Cooks Siding during some heavy winter rain storms.