The NYS&W Bicentennial unit is still looking good in 1978, a few years after receiving the red, white, and blue paint.
"ALCO Meets GM"
On a pretty fall afternoon, GM&O 1122 and two maroon mates accelerate out of West End Yard with the Prattville mill turn, giving no clue that this has actually been the ICG for a couple of years.
Farewell Catskill Mountain Railroad Extra #401 East, the final Kingston Limited Train has just arrived back at Westbrook Station in Kingston, New York, marking the end of 146 years of hist... (more)
Farewell to Kingston Bringing up the rear of a "Rock 'n' Rails" train (named for several bands performing on-board through out the day), perhaps one of the last trains to ever ru... (more)
The hard working crew of the Catskill Mountain Railroad pose in front of RS-1 401 on May 29th, 2016, uncertain about the future of the railroad that they work so hard to keep running. May 30th is... (more)
Nearing end of career on the SOO, RS-1 2361 sits on the service track at North Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.
913 tiptoes out of the swirling fog at Taylor, AL.
The AW&W 4 "test train" shoves past Vine Street on the way back to the yard/depot area.
French Lick & West Baden number 1 trolley makes its rounds around the resort as AW&W RS 1 number 4 prepares to lead a Wizard of Oz afternoon excursion.
The regular excursion train has finished up for the day, allowing recently restored AW&W 4 an opportunity to get loose on a short test run up the hill.
AW&W RS1 4 recently restored by the French Lick & Scenic Railway takes break for its next Wizard of Oz excursion.
Recently restored by the French Lick & Scenic Railway Algers Winslow & Western RS1 number 4 returns to French Lick after an afternoon trip to Cuzco.
GM&O RS-1s did everything around Montgomery other than power the Artesia road freights. Their service would last beyond the 1972 ICG merger until 1975, when they would be replaced with a rag-tag a... (more)