K-37 class 493 walks the tightrope through the Animas River Canyon with train 464 back to Durango. K-37s were the largest of the narrow gauge 2-8-2s and pre-D&SNG were not allowed to operate on th... (more)
The Sky Railway wolf and the Rail Runner birds sit lined up in Santa Fe before the Southbound departure of the 511 train to Albuquerque.
Farmrail 8253 (built in 1955 for Northern Pacific) has reached the end of its life, meeting the torch in Clinton, Okla.
K-28s sisters 473 and 476 make their final push into Silverton, seen from high above the "Narrows" of the Animas River.
Hopefully, I am the first and last person to obtain this angle... (more)
A fairly new acquisition (2020) for FCCA is the former CSXT 7311 now sporting an altered Conrail logo much like when it was originally built. On New Years Eve the 1034 is bringing a train up from ... (more)
The Royal Gorge excursion train weaves along the Arkansas River as it heads back to Cañon City.
Following some crazy Wyoming weather of rain and hail in late July, a Union Pacific engine move shuffles under the large signal bridge to the west of Cheyenne Yard.
The early morning light pierces the cab of the veteran Illinois Central SD70 hustling A408 south across Bush Creek in Neoga, Ill.
After the departure of train 462, light engine 473 gracefully weaves through the Narrows along the Animas River south of Silverton at the hand of engineer Russell.
Cumbres & Toltec's scenic train slices through Rancho Del Oso Pardo outside Chama, New Mexico. The Ranch also drives a direct message to above-the-law photographers looking for new angles of the t... (more)
Running 30 minutes behind schedule, freshly repainted Southern Railway 630 drills through Missionary Ridge en route to retrieve their passengers to start the day.
Alabama Southern's "Pulling For The Tide" GP35R shoves a cut of diesel fuel tanks out to Coker Yard, seen passing the freshly repainted GM&O depot in Northport, Ala. The 1927-built depot... (more)
Spring has sprung in West Alabama and even the EMDs are in bloom. A former CITX leads train 112 westward towards Reform.
The stars and stripes of the KCS scream across the massive bridge structure over the Tombigbee River at Epes, Ala. on their way south to Meridian.
Not limited to a fence or captivity, the classic EMDs of the Gulfport local catch the diffused light of a fading sun as they make a run south through Saucier.