Time really does fly, it's hard to believe that this shot was taken 22 years ago to the day!
A short weekday afternoon excursion arrives in Frostburg.
Out-of-service Alco RSD-5s and a single RSD-4 await their fate at the Albuquerque roundhouse.
Built in April of 1954, CNW Alco RSD-5 1689 sits on display at the museum in Bellevue.
An interesting array of railroad equipment meet at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center in Portland Oregon: an Alco RSD-5, painted as the Nickel Plate Road 324, a Vanderbilt steam locomotive tender, a ... (more)
RSD5 324 - painted up for the Nickel Plate Road - on display out behind the Oregon Rail Heritage Center Museum in Portland, Oregon.
Alco RSD-4's 303 and 305 lead Utah Railway coal empties back to the mines over D&RGW trackage rights at the horseshoe curve at Gilluly, Utah
C&NW lite power from Onalaska to Lacrosse in the early morning will pick up a train and take to Winona,MN..
A spectacular sight to see, even in 1981: four RSD4/5's climbing the grade between Gordon Creek and Wattis Junction, bringing 84 empty Union Pacific coal hoppers to Wattis Mine. Remarkable, sure--... (more)
The westbound Grand Canyon is assisted by two Alcos as it leaves Trinidad and begins its assault on Raton Pass.
In early 1953, the Interstate Railroad was testing diesels to find the best replacements for its steam locomotives. Borrowed C&O RSD-5 has just returned from Miller Yard with a Hill Crew--bringing... (more)
Birmingham Southern RSD-5 #160 at Fairfield, AL || May 1972
Thanks to Ryan Ballard for acting a guide.
Four Utah Railway RSD4/5's led by 305 blast out of Tunnel One leaving Martin yard near the village of Spring Canyon, bound with a train of empties for loading at the Wattis Mine.