In a scene that looked much like it had since 1951, a green and yellow RS1 leads a train westbound over the trestle at Cuttingsville, Vermont. Originally the RS1’s belonged to the Rutland, but sin... (more)
Black River & Western RS1 57 and CF7 42 stand at the Road’s headquarters in Ringoes, New Jersey. The Alco began life as Washington Terminal 57, and now is stored on a siding in Quakertown, Pennsyl... (more)
Under Wabash control, the Ann Arbor had only two Alco RS-1's Nos.20 and 21. Number 21 was assigned in September 1962 to local service at Owosso, Michigan. Photo taken from my slide collection, pho... (more)
With Conductor Bob Popovac on the ground and Engineer Scott Whitney at the throttle, GMRC RS-1 405 leads the Vermont Rail System Dinner Train onto the Back Track at the trains terminal in Chester,... (more)
Rarely seen outside the CMC Steel facility gates, the old Alco is in charge of switching the facility on this day. Here they are bringing a cut of cars into CSXT's Cayce Yard.
Ann Arbor RS-1 21, owned by the Southern Michigan Railroad, sits on an isolated piece of trackage south of Tecumseh, Michigan.
The RS-1 era on GM&O/ICG was just about over when I shot 1112 on a nice fall day in Montgomery.
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)