RailPictures.Net Photo: UP 4446 Union Pacific EMD SD70M at Altoona, Wisconsin by Travis Dewitz
 
  Login Sign Up 


Photo Location Map Locomotive Details Location/Date of Photo


Union Pacific (more..)
EMD SD70M (more..)
Unknown
Altoona, Wisconsin, USA (more..)
August 13, 2009
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
UP 4446 (more..)
PRSS (more..)
Travis Dewitz (more..)
Contact Photographer Photographer Profile 
Remarks & Notes 
CLOSE STRIKE!! A bright bolt of lightning strikes directly behind a Union Pacific SD70-M that has just arrived with PRSS into the Altoona yard.
Community Response Photo Comments (3) 
Views: 4,661     Favorited: 35
Since added on October 19, 2009

+ Add to Favorites

+ Nominate for People's Choice

+ Subscribe

+ Add to Photo Album

+ Post a Photo Comment
 
* Views on this page updated in real-time.

 User Photo Albums Containing this Photo (3)+ Add to Album
Lights In The Night (Sundown to Sunrise)! Railroads In Another Light!

Album created by member Dana M.
Album Views: 278,690
An ongoing/growing album of photos that IMHO reveal the awesome, but seldom seen beauty of railroads at sundown or in the light of sunrise. From dusk to dawn, lights are on! (And I continue to find new "Lights In The Night"!)
Fireworks - Lightning - Sparks

Album created by member John Doughty
Album Views: 47,718
Sparks fly over the railroads from celebration fireworks, maintenance and repair "sparks", locomotive exhaust fireworks, and nature's light show.
Steel Rails under Thundering Skies

Album created by member John Doughty
Album Views: 132,855
For the train and storm chaser. Trains with thunderstorms, dark clouds, rain, lightning, hurricanes - tropical storms, funnel clouds, storm light, and rainbows.
Add to Photo Album or Get Your Own Photo Album


EXIF Data for this photo: [What's this?]

This image contains EXIF headers - Click Here to show the data.



Photo Copyright 2009 Travis Dewitz. All Rights Reserved. Photo Usage Policy
This website Copyright © 2002-2020. All Rights Reserved.
Do Not Sell My Personal Information