Beech Mountain Alco S4 #115 makes its final shove on a string of CSX loaded hoppers past the engine house while making a double to the first set of loaded hoppers from earlier in the day. The Coa... (more)
Beech Mountain Alco S4 #115 leads a string of CSX loaded hoppers across Palace Valley Road from the Carter-Roag Mine at Star Bridge to Alexander. From Alexander they will be picked up by the A&O ... (more)
Switching in St. Louis. Date is approximate.
"This Is West Virginia Railroading" - And we about froze to death waiting to capture this moment. My friend Matt and I hiked in and stood here waiting for hours for the Beech Mountain Ra... (more)
Norfolk Southern train 74W blasts by the LNA&C railroad as they wait on train D10 to bring their inbound cars.
Crew members from the Lucas Oil Railroad and Norfolk Southern chat after NS local train D10 arrived to drop off cars for the short line.
Central Vermont S4 8081 is switching the yard in St. Albans, Vermont, moving an ancient wood-sided boxcar. Note the “Safety First” placard atop the hood of the 8081.
Former and present employees of the Claremont Concord Railroad share a joke posing for photographers during the night photo session honoring the New England shortlines sale to Genesee & Wyomings N... (more)
Tacoma Municipal Belt Line number 931, an Alco S4, switches cars at the railroad's yard in the Tacoma docks area on September 17th, 1979.
Tacoma Municipal Belt Line S4 944 was photographed in the railroad's yard in Tacoma, Washington, on September 17th, 1979.
LNAC #86 and 2 covered hoppers top the little grade between New Salisbury & Corydon, IN.
Now-departed S4 #1055 leads train 31 north past one of my favorite photo spots, Moat Brook Trestle. Since the photo was taken, #1055 has been sold to the Downeast Scenic Railroad, and is running ... (more)
The End Of An Alco. Grafton & Upton S4 #212 meets her fate in the railroad's West Upton yard. With the other S4 and remaining GE 44-tonner already cut up, the scrapping of #212 wou... (more)
The Chestnut Ridge Railway served the sprawling New Jersey Zinc plant in Palmerton, Pa. One of its switchers is seen inside the plant on a dreary February day in 1982.