The dead line at Chamberlain holds some interesting locomotives. The vintage truck and abandoned building fit right in.
What a spiffy paint scheme that original Tacoma Belt brown and mustard yellow was! And it sure looked nice on this former WI&M Alco S3, switching in the TMBL/Milwaukee Road interchange yard on the... (more)
From my slide collection by Roger Durfee.
This was the only engine the M&LS had. I think it is now at the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay, Wis.
AA 7 switches the waterfront yard in Elberta with the prow of one of the ferries as part of the backdrop.
Trillium Railway's Slug 168 on the deadline of the old Cayuga Sub. It is now awaiting to be cut up for scrap.
Resting at Rocky Mountain Rail Society's yard south of Stettler, this item once worked at Lafarge Canada in Exshaw.
An Ann Arbor yard job with S3 No. 7 was busy switching cars to be loaded on the "MV Viking" at Boat Landing on June 18, 1981.
Ann Arbor Alco S3 No. 7 was taking a momentary break at the yard in Elberta, MI on June 18, 1981. Ann Arbor car ferry "MV Viking" had arrived from Manitowoc, WI and the cars unloaded. Soon westb... (more)
Alexander RR #5 eastbound at Stoney Point, NC in September of 1975.
El Dorado & Wesson Alco S3 #18 undergoing some maintenance work at El Dorado, AR // May 1972
D&R 18 sits under the Hwy 7 bridge, it appears to be stored.
#6 heads east on a foggy morning.
Brandon S3 71 working at Omaha, NE in 1985.
Wearing the old paint job from the days of affiliation with B&M, this old goat is by what looks like the sand house. In those days we didn't pay attention to such details, click, click, a friendl... (more)