The Portland Terminal Company was a Maine Central subsidiary that handled local switching in Maine's largest city with a fleet of Alco switchers and also ran Rigby Yard in South Portland on behalf... (more)
A flock of Santa Fe Alco S2s and S4s gathers on the turntable tracks at Santa Fe's roundhouse in Bakersfield, CA.
A local switcher job moves off the main track and into the small yard at St. Henri. It will then reverse onto the West Side Canal Bank Track to service a number of industries.
The last operating S-4 is rolling along the Salem Branch after picking up cars at Greenwich Junction.
The local is on the Montreal Subdivision mainline crossing West Side Canal Bank Track on the Lachine Canal. Two of the five crew members are getting off to line the switches for the local to reve... (more)
The conductor of a local on the West Side Canal Bank Track is calling the dispatcher to get permission to cross the busy, double track Montreal Subdivision mainline.
Nickel Plate Road Alco S4 79 idles alongside RG&E GE 45 Tonner on a cool September night. Taken at the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum as part of a night photo session, with lig... (more)
Former C&O S4.
MILW 816 works the KCS-MILW Joint Agency at Kansas City.
As an autorack train shoved into IHB's Blue Island Yard, it didn't take long for me to notice it was no ordinary autorack. Included in the train consist was CRGX 1528, a former ATSF Alco S4. Built... (more)
Some of the original Union Pacific yellow paint still shows on Scoular 1166 as it loads cars in Silver Bow in 1993. The Alco S-4 was built for UP in 1955 and retire/sold by UP in 1972.
CCV 3051 pauses after a Jordan Spreader demonstration. That is a well worn Delaware & Hudson spreader