After working the line to Medina, the crew of the Falls Road Railroad brings their cut of cars back into the yard at Lockport. Attached to the rear, 2 former New York Central coach cars that will... (more)
After running to Medina, the crew of the Falls Road Railroad brings their train slowly over the Erie Canal as they enter into downtown Lockport. The bridge, built in an upside down fashion, is an... (more)
At a safe distance! As the Genesee Valley Transportation Falls Road Railroad/Niagara Frontier Chapter of the NRHS passenger special crosses Washburn Street in Lockport on Saturday, November 4, 201... (more)
Parallel to the Erie Canal in Gasport, NY during a very well organized photo stop, we catch the Genesee Valley Transportation Falls Road Railroad passenger special operated with the Niagara Fronti... (more)
Crossing the Erie Canal. The Genesee Valley Transportation Falls Road Railroad operated a passenger special with the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the NRHS on Saturday, November 4, 2017 from Lockpor... (more)
SP Alco RS32 No. 4008 switches Sharpe Army Depot in Lathrop, CA. The sun's about to go down, and 4008 keeps working so as to clear the main for an approaching eastbound.
With her 251's main bearings blown, Delaware Lackawanna RS32 #211 awaits a crane to remove her prime mover while her older sister, RS3 #4068 awaits her next call to duty. From what I understood th... (more)
A southbound Arkansas & Missouri passenger train exits Winslow Tunnel and Winslow, Arkansas, on October 22, 1995. The train is powered by A&M’s lone Alco RS-32 No. 42, which can trace its ancestry... (more)
CNW 4246 was built in July 1961 as New York Central 8034, and became Conrail 2034 in 1976. By 1980 CNW had acquired 10 former Conrail RS-32s. This photo was taken at Huron, SD, but by the mid-1980... (more)
Portland Turn makes a return from the namesake interchange with NS. Thankfully, in 2016, this tradition is alive and kicking.
Fresh from the paint shop, CNW 4248 leads a short freight out of the yard in Appleton, WI in August of 1984.
East Tennessee &Western North Carolina’s local crew works the industries in Elizabethton, Tennessee with their ex-SP RS32, which survives today on the Delaware-Lackawanna.
Chicago and North Western Alco RS-32 No. 4242 switches cars in front of the yard office at Green Bay, Wisconsin, on April 27, 1985.
Sitting in Chrome Crankshaft's facility in Alhambra, California, on May 12th, 1982, is RS-32 4005. (These are also known as DL-721s by builder Alco.) Placed in service by SP in April 1962 as Sou... (more)