LV 212 idles in Bethlehem engine terminal. This tired unit came to the LV from the Penn Central in 1972 as a trade for the original 212, an even more tired RS2. The PC, which controlled the LV, us... (more)
Tucked away at the back of the East Ely Engine House are a couple of pieces of the Nevada Northern collection that haven't been out much lately. On the left is the Alco RS-3 Locomotive #10... (more)
BKRR RS-3 #4116 leads the Batten Kill's snow flanger past a bucolic scene in East Greenwich, NY. This scene is historically significant as the 4116--still lettered for the Greenwich and Johnsonvi... (more)
The Batten Kill Railroad's veteran Alco RS-3 of Delaware & Hudson origin - built in September of 1952 and wearing the scheme that the D&H applied to it for operations on the lines it works today f... (more)
Following a weekend snowstorm, the Batten Kill Railroad set out to work the Cargill-Salem, New York mill on February 16, with a planned run to Eagle Bridge, NY with the company's snow flanger in t... (more)
BKRR RS-3 #4116 cuts through fresh snow as it leads its train around the curve in Cambridge, NY.
I haven't had much time to get out and shoot during or after the snow storms that have been affecting us in the Northeast, so I share this photo from 5 years ago: On February 16, 2010, BKRR RS-3 #... (more)
Southern Rwy trains #154 and #83 meeting at High Point, NC in August 1972.
After completing a round trip to and from Eagle Bridge, BKRR RS-3 #605 rests at Cargill as the sun illuminates the engine and dark skies provide a dramatic backdrop.
This RR was operating on the old Erie Lackawanna line west from Lima Oh.
Alco RS-3 1040 was built in March 1950 as Delaware Lackawanna & Western 902. Broad street tower is visible in the distance.
Set of power WM engine facility Hagerstown
Photo by George Horna. Unit is ex-C&NW 1552.