A trio of BRC Alcos are seen bringing a transfer into the B&OCT's Barr Yard. Tom Golden photo.
GBW 321 and WC 820 are at the WC engine house in North Fond Du Lac, WI in September of 1993. WC is the ex-FRVR 820 and ex-CNW 820. Itel sold the FRVR and GB&W to the WC just a month earlier, in Au... (more)
GBW 314 handles some interchange switching at Merrillan, WI before heading its train east to Wisconsin Rapids and Green Bay. Merrillan was an interchange point with C&NW's Chicago-Twin Cities main... (more)
DL 2403 just got done spotting plastics hoppers at the Steamtown DL yard.
GBW Alco C424 no. 314 leads a C430 on its eastbound freight as it gets underway at Merrillan, WI after doing some interchange work with C&NW. It is about to cross the C&NW as it heads east towards... (more)
Morristown & Erie C424 19, resting in the Whippany Railway Museum yard, next to the CNJ Jersey Coast.
C424 18 and SW1500 20 gather in front of the Morristown enginehouse.
The engineer on the Arkansas & Midland invited us inside the cab to take photographs of the old Alco number 34. The train had stopped and was waiting for clearance to cross the Arkansas River bri... (more)
A pair of LA&L Alcos depart Genesee Junction and heads towards the bridge shared with CSX to cross the Genesee River and head south. Locomotives:LAL 425 C425LAL 428 C425
A pair of LA&L Alcos back their train into the Rochester & Southern's Brooks Ave. Yard in Rochester to interchange cars after a fresh snow the day before. Locomotives:LAL 428 C425L... (more)
A pair of LA&L Alcos lead the daily freight towards interchange at Genesee Junction, crossing over the Genesee River on a span shared with CSX's West Shore. Locomotives:LAL 428 C425more)
Keeping warm inside the Morristown enginehouse is M&E C424 18.
Work is progressing on the M&E's new Morristown car shop. Parked next to the new structure is C424 18.
Built for the National de Mexico railway, Alco C424 #B906, along six sister units, was delivered instead to the Wabash, which was short on power. A road crew and a couple of hostlers, with whom I ... (more)