D&H Sharks 1205 and 1216 sit outside near the CNW engine facilities in Escanaba. Soon, they will be moved indoors to protect them, but at a price of rarely being seen.
D&H 1216 hides beside the ex-P&H crane facility in Escanaba. This unit ran only a few times for the E&LS before being parked, outside at first, but inside and out of sight since.
Twin Baldwin cab units are hauling the Slate Picker under route 30 on the return to Whitehall, NY. 30 minutes earlier the crew picked up interchange cars from the G&J at Salem, NY.
Twin Baldwin cab units are hauling the Slate Picker as it returns to Whitehall Yard after picking up interchange from the G&J at Salem, NY. Though old and rare they were still earning their keep h... (more)
D&H Baldwin Shark Nose diesels are westbound on the former Lehigh Valley on their way from Binghamton, NY to Sayre, Pa
Today we see class 1 railroads making public relations investments in heritage paint schemes and classic steam locomotives. However, it's hard to imagine the business case for the D&H to purchase... (more)
An A-B-A set of PRR Baldwin sharks at Columbus, Ohio, taking coal from the N&W to port on Lake Erie.
Three PRR Baldwin Sharks have come across the Monongahela River to pick up interchange from the P&LE and the Monongahela Ry. at BF Tower, Brownsville, Pa. April 14, 1961. Five yard tracks prec... (more)
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.