One of two ALCO locomotives owned by the Hobo Railroad, shoves the 3PM train back to the depot after a successful excursion.
This ALCO S1 sits among the weeds behind the North Creek station.
Berkshire Scenic Railway 0954 pauses at the Yokun block station at the line's museum during a night photo event.
After a successful Dynamo Productions photo charter, this ex-Army switcher is tied down for the day. Note the ornament on top of the bell.
On a Monday morning run, from Montpelier Junction, Vermont, #29 a super, fresh red Alco S-1 is about to continue along North Main Street in Barre. Train had stopped to flag a road crossing at Myle... (more)
I would have to say that being a railfan in Manhattan is probably a bit different than what most fans in North America experience. I live on an island of only 22.96 square miles of area but I shar... (more)
USAX 7371 poses beside the classy engine house at APG on the second day of 1998. Notice the dismantled front steps and parts strewn about the walkway.
A broken rail stopped activity for a couple hours, but the MOW guys have finished their work, and are watching as the engineer eases S1 18 over the patch.
The stack is capped but parts are scatttered all over the running boards and I don't think this one has run in a long time. BTW as of today, the only Arkansas S-1 unloaded by anybody.
Four former Western Pacific Alco switchers take Sunday off at Stockton Terminal & Eastern’s enginehouse at Stockton, California, on March 5, 1994. From left to right are ST&E S-4 No. 564, S-1 No. ... (more)
Ferrostaal Automotive, museum pablo neruda chile temuco
They had to do some switching which had them come out from behind the closed gate to the plant. This Coke plant was located on Front Street.
Waiting for new duties along with the ex-Cartier M636.
a MRS switch job working the brewery yard in St Louis
H&N switcher Hutchinson