Ohio River Companies rare Alco S6 switches the Kenova coal facility in October of 1995.
Another for the "great things like this happen all the time" file. A quick five minute stop in Fillmore turned into an all-out event when, on this quiet Sunday with no scheduled trains, their ex-... (more)
Middletown & Hummelstown S6 No. 151, wearing a mostly Western Maryland paint scheme, rolls down Brown Street past Kuppy's Diner during the railroad's 40th anniversary celebration.
Nekoosa Paper #22 switches the plant in Port Edwards with a solid set of Soo Line boxcars.
S6 #19 switches Nekoosa Paper in Nekoosa, WI in May of 1992. We spent several hours here just listening to the Alco burble while switching.
MIDH 151 street running at Kuppy's Diner during nite photo session for 40th Anniversay weekend.
Ohio River Company's rare Alco S6 switcher does what Alco's are famous for while switching the Kenova Coal Terminal. We were treated to a good hour of classic Alco sounds. The old Alco almost look... (more)
An obvious refugee from the Southern Pacific, James River Corporation S6 1201 switches the paper mill in Green Bay. Although it was owned and operated by the Green Bay & Western for a brief period... (more)
Central Valley AlcoThe American Locomotive Company offered their S-6 switcher in the mid-1950s to compete with EMD’s SW900. Alco built a total of 126 of these engines, and by far t... (more)
This ex Southern Pacific S6 made its way back east in the late 1970s and has been here ever since toiling for the Fore River Transportation company. Presently out of service, it is receiving work ... (more)
Belt Railway Alco 420 waits outside clearing shops.
Fillmore and Western Alco S6 1059, Ex Southern Pacific 1226, departs Santa Paula's restored Southern Pacific Station. This is part of the original Coast Route.
The Upper Merion and Plymouth is a switching road built to serve industries around Conshohocken, PA, primarily the Alan Wood Steel Company. Here S6 101 is away from its home road, presumaably out ... (more)
After arriving at Piru Station with an excursion from Fillmore during the 2015 Railfair, the Alco is switched to run around the train for the return trip to Fillmore.