A trio of six-axle MLW's (along with a four-axle cousin) lead an eastbound freight along the Strait of Canso at Port Hawkesbury during the final hurrah for MLW/Alco power on the railroad.
A nice roster shot of a C630 at Council Bluffs. Photo taken by K C Henkels.
No the hostler is not dead. They were rolling by me as you can see he got a long lash up to look down.
various power at Reading's Rutherford engine facility
Alcos 1425 and 1405 smoke it up as they depart Appalachia with train 864 for Corbin. This is the Imboden crossing just west of "Double Cut." The adjacent track is the Southern Railway main line. T... (more)
Consecutively-numbered Alco C630s L&N 1431 and 1432 draw southbound train 855 at Appalachia on a summer morning in 1968. The Norton-bound train (light on tonnage today) has just crossed Pine Stree... (more)
UP 2900, an Alco C-630, leads the only Alco C-855 B-unit built -- 60B -- which was only 4 years old when photographed entering Rawlins, Wyo. eastbound on May 11, 1968. It was scrapped 3 years la... (more)
Not long before sundown, an SP C630 switches a long cut of cars at the east end of the yard.
On a gray afternoon when we weren't even sure it was worth heading to the tracks, a buddy and I happened on this beast sitting behind the former Western Railway of Alabama shops. RSCo was rebuildi... (more)
It's a busy day in Roanoke, giving the engineer of 1137 a chance to enjoy a mild January day as he waits for the OK to make his next move.
A big Alco Century series leads two GE units and three EMDs on a long southbound freight. The afternoon sky adds drama to the scene.
SCL C630 2213 heads up an extra south out of Acca Yard in Richmond, Va in October 1967. Initially several ex-ACL locomotives received the SCL "speed lettering" logotype and numbers under the loco... (more)
This fine example of railroading history is availible for viewing with your admission at the Virginia Museum of Transportation, along with other well-known items like #611.