Vacation In Central America

A misty morning greets me on the second day of the trip as I roust up early in search of trains while the family sleeps in – little did I know this would be the last ‘dry’ shot of the morningand for several days to come.

The habit of getting up early to greet the sun is an interesting one, which even can make rolling stock an artistic taste I’d hope the power-lovers amongst the rail fans appreciate.

Vacation In Central America Photo Gallery



Prowling around the outskirts of town throughout the early morning, rain and mostly cloudy conditions alternating, I finally heard the approach thrum of diesels – and prepared to finally capture a local livery, because we were in the heart of Montana Rail Link territoryand got a trio of pumpkin-power BNSF units thundering out of the mist with a local freight going south.

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