An early October snow had just begun falling as #1702 charged out of Bryson City toward the Nantahala Gorge. It was bitter cold, but surely made for an impressive display of steam.
Southern Railway heritage unit 8099 leads the Norfolk Southern OCS trainset en route to Atlanta, GA. The rear of the train has just passed through signal point "Rocky Ridge."
The northbound Carolinian is making good time, cutting through the first rays of sunlight on a humid summer morning.
The eastbound California Zephyr exits Moffat Tunnel a few minutes ahead of schedule, as the sun sets on the first of the yellow aspens.
The little engine that does.
Possibly the most colorful scene in Nebraska is found at the Frenchman Valley Co-Op elevators in Kimball.
Just after sunrise on a cold January morning, this signal from the Norfolk & Western era stands guard over a private road crossing. Like the small community of Elliston, this scene has remained u... (more)
A quiet afternoon in Shawsville, VA is interrupted by the thundering exhaust of N&W 611 working hard to climb Christiansburg Mountain, where three generations of farmers are hard at work picking b... (more)
After holding for NS P99 at Reid, NS 348 races Southbound over I-85 in Kannapolis, NC.
NS P9Z (extra P99) brings NS 218's containers through the "Cathouse" signals in Charlotte. The location name is derived from the home of the Carolina Panthers, Bank of America Stadium, ... (more)
The last rays of daylight catch Lehigh Valley Coal #126 simmering inside the roundhouse at the N.C. Transportation Museum.
Ex-UP 7323, still in UP colors, eases ethanol train 66E through the small community of Newell, approaching a 10mph speed restriction.