With the snow sticking to literally everything, tree tunnel shots weren't such a bad thing! While the calendar says spring, mother nature had other plans, and dumped a few inches of snow in the ar... (more)
Ringling Brothers funeral train, P923-24, nears the western shore of the Susquehanna River.
Funeral train The remnant of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus train makes its way across the Susquehanna River at Havre de Grace, Md. The train is devoid of life -- all the ... (more)
It was very poetic that the last time I shot an active circus train, it was here at this same spot, looking the other way in the morning. Now, with the last rays of the light, the curtain falls on... (more)
The circus train rolls around the curve in Plant City one last time as it heads home to Palmetto.
The Ringling Brothers blue unit train makes its final pass through the town of Goose Creek as it is Florida bound where the cars will be delivered to its new owners.
In the great many years I've been documenting the circus trains, I've always wanted to shoot "the other way" from Orient Road to get the train snaking into the yard. Something has alway... (more)
The CSX motor everyone on the East Coast came to know, it would seem. It had the unenviable task of guiding the Ringling "funeral train" home from NY to FL with a mix of both Red and Bl... (more)
The last Barnum and Bailey Blue Unit circus train makes the final run to Tampa, FL.
With overcast skies setting the sad mood, Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey funeral train, P923-24, rolls west on the Philadelphia Subdivision, crossing the Susquehanna River, as it nears the we... (more)
This is actually a "going away" shot with two GE ACs on the rear of a unit coal train. This stretch of railroad was first opened for regular service on April 15, 1891 as the Cumberland V... (more)
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: The early bird catches, well a Boxcar ES44AC just underway. I wish I had the time to follow this train up the River Sub. Oh, well, another day.