During Ocala's Christmas Festival, Florida Central brought a locomotive into town for display. Pinsly and CSX officials hosted an Operation Lifesaver booth (tent at left).
Living out their last days of their life span, a duo of YorkRail CF7's bring todays trains through downtown York, Pa as they cross over the Codorus creeks as they head from East York after interch... (more)
AT&L (ATLT) CF7 2491 stands with a former ATSF GP7U and former BN GP9 on this former Rock Island branch in Geary, Oklahoma.
AT&L CF7 2491 stands with a former ATSF GP7U and former BN GP9 in Geary, Oklahoma along side a string of empty grain hoppers.
NORMAN OK July 18 1980 -- A crew member is on the ground preparing to watch as a westbound (compass south) train rolls by on the main line. Santa Fe CF7 2591 is in charge of this eastbound (compas... (more)
Two of York Railway's three ex-ATSF CF7's backs down the former WM line into York. Rumor has it that these units will be retired fairly soon.
One of York Railway's first CF7's, still in its Maryland & Pennsylvania paint, backs down the famous Pershing Ave. street running section on former Northern Central trackage. Rumor has it that Yor... (more)
Strolling around the south side I stumbled into this gem working at the South Chicago Recycling off Avenue O and 116th Street. The engine is leased from Horizon Rail, or HZRX. It was originally bu... (more)
Two faded CF7s, a few years removed from tourist line service, are pulling a freight with the CNJ 113 dead-in-tow. The 113 was headed to its new home in Minersville, where it was eventually resto... (more)
GS entire roster and only caboose, Gloster, MS
Yorkrail's 1504, still wearing her Ma&Pa paint scheme, heads east across West Market Street with a mixed freight in tow.
Five CF7s are sitting along the old PRR Schuylkill Division, awaiting disposition. No. 2574 was built as an F7A (No. 271L) in November, 1953. It was rebuilt at Cleburne in April of 1973, and was... (more)
Columbus & Greenville power sits near the unusual sanding facility at the railroad's shop in Columbus, Miss.