As darkness falls on Minneapolis, BNSF's Northtown yard is visible from above, with the tall buildings of downtown visible in the far distance. (Photographed with a Canon 6D from a helicopter ride... (more)
Siemens shows off the new Charger locomotive in Amtrak's 30th Street Station in Philadelphia.
Future BNSF locomotives are produced at the GE Manufacturing Solutions plant in Fort Worth, Texas.
The sun sets over Del Mar beach as a Coaster train pushes south.
Due to weekend trackwork no Amtrak trains are running through San Diego's Santa Fe station, leaving interesting photo ops with several trainsets waiting for Monday.
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Who paints BNSF's brand new locomotives coming out of GE's factory in Fort Worth? Chris does. Here he poses in front of a locomotive he'll shortly be painting.
The sun sets at Norfolk Southern's Coal Pier 6 at Lambert's Point in Norfolk, Virginia. Coal Pier 6 is one of the largest, fastest, and most technologically advanced transloading facilities for co... (more)
Lonely and unloved at Beech Grove are the Talgo cars originally commissioned by the state of Wisconsin for Hiawatha service, a contract which Scott Walker's administration cancelled. Talgo declare... (more)
Aerial view of Beech Grove shops, showing a long line of old Amtrak locomotives, some of which may be rebuilt in the locomotive shop behind them. Notable in the lineup is recently arrived #102, wh... (more)
Sunset viewed from Inwood Hill Park, as a Hudson Line train passes under the Henry Hudson Bridge and arrives at Spuyten Duyvil station.
The majestic arch of the iconic Hell Gate Bridge is an interesting frame in which to view passing trains. Juan, a Senior Engineer of Bridges and Buildings for Amtrak in the New York Division, admi... (more)
The Cascades-painted NPCU 90230 has left the west coast for some "vacation" time at the Beech Grove locomotive shops, which includes extensive rebuild work.
Just painted, BNSF 8170 gets some attention before leaving the paint room at GE Manufacturing Solutions.
That new locomotive smell... cab view of a brand new ACS-64.
Brand new and right out of the factory, BNSF 8169 sits outside the GE Manufacturing Solutions plant in Fort Worth, Texas, waiting for a go on the test track.