A Milwaukee transfer is captured westward on the KCT nearing Union Station and eventually winding it's way across the bottoms to the Kansas side and western connections.
Portland Terminal S-4 sits between assignments at South Rigby Yard.
The sun pops out on a weekend railfan trip to Council Bluff and John made hay at the UP terminal. He was in the Midwest for work assignment and had the weekend to explore, riding a Rock Island tra... (more)
Central Vermont Alco S4 8027 is framed by the concrete coaling tower in the railroad's engine terminal at White River Junction, VT.
In the mid-1960s, the Maine Central had enough local business in Rockland, ME, to station a yard switcher there in addition to the power for the local freight to Brunswick. Alco S4 314 rested in f... (more)
The Buffalo waterfront is home to this classic Alco S-4 switcher. It has worked most of its running life at this location serving an old steel mill, ConAgra, and now shuffles limestone cars aroun... (more)
Smiths Falls, Ontario was always a good place to see a few Canadian Pacific Alco/MLW switchers. Here an S4 that has been equipped with roller bearings works around the yard.
On a fall afternoon, Grafton & Upton S4 1001 pulled the railroad's daily train into the small yard at North Grafton, MA, where it will swap interchange cars with Conrail. At this time this Alco wa... (more)
Striking out with local freight action in the Bangor, Maine area during the first Sunday of June 2017, a visit to the nearby Downeast Scenic in Ellsworth helped salvage the day. Waiting on their ... (more)
Claremont Concord 105 works at West Lebabon, N.H.
Fuel r' Up. A crew member is fueling NYCHRR S4 11 from a tank inside a former BEDT 40' boxcar.
Rigby Yard in Portland, Maine was home to Alco switchers from home-road Portland Terminal, as well as from parents Maine Central and Boston & Maine. Here a Maine Central S4 idles near the yard off... (more)
Daybreak, Fall Colors, and Alco Smoke.
Frankfort & Cincinnati S4 107 and S2 103 wait to leave the engine facility in Frankfort on a cloudy May morning.