Late at night was a good time to visit Colorado & Southern’s Rice yard in Denver the late 1950s. You could set up your tripod out of the way of working railroaders. There was usually one of the ro... (more)
Where narrow gauge teakettles once simmered between runs, Colorado & Southern 634 absorbs the afternoon sun alongside the roundhouse at Denver’s Rice Yards. One of dozens of humble B-4R class Alco... (more)
The setting sun iluminates an apparent electrical cabinet fire victim at Waycross shops. Photo taken with permission.
The setting sun shines on the deadlines at Waycross. On hand were several SD40-2, SD50, SD60M/I, SD70MAC, C40-8, AC60CW and a mess of HLCX SD's as well as few retired 4-axle GE products. Photo ta... (more)
Specially modified SD-35 with no turbo, no d/b for service on the hump and this new yard, as I recall the last or next to last hump yard built in America.
--wrecked unit at Rice Yard
Headed into the shop for some TLC. You can still see the outline of the Seabord System sign that overlooks the John Hawthorne Shops.
Anti Freeze 8 axle tank car.
The late evening sun sets on this wrecked unit.
Ex Conrail awaiting its fate on the dead line.
A rare catch of the HLCX 6900 in fresh paint at Rice Yard.