Mid-Continent's RS4TC 1256 sits in front of the old CNW depot in North Freedom.
Resting in Staunton is SVRR Baldwin 8701.
In its original configuration, this unit still sports two stacks. A later rebuild would leave some with one larger stack. I got to ride one at Ft. Bliss.
The Port of Shreveport owns two Baldwin RS4TC switchers. These switchers, numbered 3001 (ex USA 3001, ex USA 1269) and 4021 (ex Army) are operated cab first and in tandem nose to nose. The Por... (more)
Baldwin twins at The Port of Shreveport Bossier.
MCRY RS4TC 1256 backs to its train, preparing for its next run out of the depot.
Probably the backup unit of an operation whose cargo consisted almost entirely of JP4 jet fuel. These were later rebuilt with single stacks and roller bearings. I don't know the details of the i... (more)
With the friendly civilian crew member hamming it up, this little beast is headed for the house. Unable to move a sufficient number of the giant M1 tank car flats of the 194 AR BDE (the "Dollar N... (more)
One of the fringe benefits of taking one of the many courses in the cirriculum of the transportation school was this little dude. Adjustable gauge and all that, they weren't being used for much b... (more)
The crew who parked LTEX 601 apparently didn't read the sign painted on the barrel.
Waitin' on a tow. En route to ICC Rail from Larry's, this former U.S. Army Baldwin rests on the PA 422 west onramp off of E. Washington St. Apparently the load was dropped on the shoulder ... (more)
Now here's a lash-up you don't see every day. Kentucky Railway Museum's ex-USAF Baldwins lead their CF-7 on a ferry move to bring a total of 123 empty coal hoppers up to Boston for interchange wi... (more)
The snow train is almost at the end of it first leg of the trip. A little farther south from here. They will run around their train and head back north towards the museum grounds.
The 34th annual snow train rolls south through the winter wonderland on a beautiful saturday afternoon.