As severe storms start to roll in from the mountains, a few rays of sun peak through the clouds over the James River as 212 makes their way north with the New York Central and Penn Central heritag... (more)
As the sun sets over the pastures and fields, the railroad keeps moving as one of the last SD70’s lead 158 north along 29.
As the Christmas Holiday draws closer, the town of Thomasville has spent many hours decorating the town square with various lights and a large Christmas tree as another 211 passes through the smal... (more)
As the sun sets, darker clouds roll in from the west in front of a line of storms, as a fairly new ACe leads the top priority train, 212 north towards New Jersey, with loads of UPS on the front.
As the sun ducks behind the clouds, 212 scurries north past the old blue horse farm just south of Thomasville as the double tracking project continues.
Running late, and the heavy amounts of snow hampering his progress, 214 arrives at Pomona as the headlights pierce through the snow on this cold February night.
As the golden hour arrives in the James River valley, and the Blue Ridge mountains loom off in the back ground, 212 hustles north across the Southern built James River Trestle on their way north t... (more)
With a fresh out of Altoona AC44 leading the show, a very hot 211 crosses the 1900’s built bridge over the Staunton River and the old Virginian Railway as Marcus James hustles the 7500 foot UPS tr... (more)
With the sun starting to sink in the sky behind the clouds on a cool first day of April, 212 rolls across the James River Trestle in Lynchburg as they make their way to Hagerstown for their next c... (more)
As storms build off in the distance, whether it be snow or rain, the golden light of the last hour of the day arrives as the Monongahela heritage unit leads 212 across the Yadkin River as they arr... (more)
As storms start to brew to the south, a brand new ET44AC leads NS 204 across the 1911 build trestle over the James River in Lynchburg.
As the matching Maroon OCS heads south behind a 4 pack of NS “Tuxedo” F Units, the sun starts to pop above the horizon.
With a cool breeze blowing on a cold December night, a thin fog lays low to the ground as a trio of CN’s newest ET44AC’s with the Aboriginal Affair’s logo lead 17M north through Rudd.
With spring storms brewing in the background, NS 40W heads south past the south end entrance to Linwood, at CP Duke.
As the last bit of snow falls from Winter Storm Inga, a fresh Citirail ES44 leads 211 south, kicking up the snow that sticks to the rails.