An MDDE crew is busy switching industries around Federalsburg, MD. The train is being shoving across Marshyhope Creek by RS3m 1203 which was built as DL&W RS3 913 (later EL 1052). It was rebuilt... (more)
This EMD powered rebuilt Alco is seen outside the engine terminal roundhouse coupled with SD9 6909 during a snow squall.
As the sun drops low, EMD-engined Amtrak RS3M 106 shepherds an outbound equipment draft between Boston's Southampton Street coach yard and South Station. The South Station switch job was the regul... (more)
It looks like an RS3-powered Amtrak train, but actually it's an empty equipment draft leaving Boston's South Station for the Southampton Street coach yard. Amtrak 106, assigned as the South Statio... (more)
MDDE 1202 has 2 hoppers for Wegner Feeds
Marshy Hope Creek is very high due to heavy rain as Maryland & Delaware 1203 powers one of four trips for the Fall Festival of Hurlock, Md. The flooding and threat of more rain canceled all activi... (more)
WNYP 406, an Alco RS3m, is unveiled to the public on June 6 2016, in Olean NY. This is the former D&H 1976/506.
After the formation of Conrail, it was not unusual to see former Erie-Lackawanna units at Allentown, or in the Bethlehem engine terminal, but they were almost always GP35’s or SD45/SDP45/SD45-2’s.... (more)
LSRC 975 meets its demise at the Alpena Yard back in 2011. The unit started its life as Boston & Maine #1517 before having its nose chopped and having a 12-251C engine put in by Morrison Knudsen. ... (more)
Maryland & Delaware 1203 leads a westbound train into Federalsburg, Md., powering one of five round trips celebrating Hurlock's fall festival.
The Seaford local returning to Seaford with cars for interchange with Norfolk Southern.
One of GB&W's rebuilt RS3's rests between assignments at Green Bay.
GB&W RS3M 308 sits on display at the Monticello Railway Museum, supplying air for the horn honk event.
The hogger jerks the throttle open a couple notches after bottoming out in a hogback south of Baldwin City.
LSRC 975 spends another cold night outside. The unit started her life as Boston & Maine #1517 before having her nose chopped and having a 12-251C engine put in by Morrison Knudsen. The unit came t... (more)