I was never able to see these operate but I did catch one sunning itself outside the E&LS shop complex while there on business. The two Baldwin RF-16 Sharks are still there from what I understand.... (more)
Another oldie from the little yellow boxes! I don't know if the pair of Sharks were ever officially owned by MN, but they did spend a summer or two traipsing back and forth from Cadillac to either... (more)
NYC 1210 and 1213 sit outside the Monongahela shops. In back of 1210 is survivor 1205.
Delaware & Hudson beloved Sharks prepare to leave from Whitehall.
Westbound freight train behind D&H 1216 at Waverly, NY in July 1975. Photograph by John F. Bjorklundmore)
Shark burbles through a rock cut on the way back from Rutland to Whitehall.
Burbling back to the house track.
Returning from Rutland
Crew back from Rutland ties up in Whitehall.
MIGN RF-16 1216 & 1205 along with RS-2 1501 switch the Michigan Northern Ry Cadillac yard. Note the jugs of oil on the walkway of RS-2 1501!!
From my slide collection photo by Mr BAILEY.
Delaware & Hudson's sharp pair of Baldwin RF16 sharknose diesels take a break at Whitehall. These two units began life as part of the New York Central's fleet delivered between 12/51 and 2/52. The... (more)
This train was called "The Slatepicker" due to extensive slate quarrying in the region. An example is the slate roof on the barn in the background.