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.
Red River Valley & Western's out of service CF7 slugs await an uncertain fate in the yard at Breckenridge, dwarfed by the local grain elevator.
Something's Amiss. Something seems a little off here, as two Grafton & Upton units sit forlorn and derailed, just south of the Massachusetts Turnpike overpass.
An exGloster Southern CF7 chugs away pulling a mile long cut of intermodal cars enroute to the port of Savannah
Two unlikely partners await their fate as a building (judging by the smokestack, the powerhouse) from the Reading shops is demolished in the background. They're there to supply parts for the Anthr... (more)
This little unit has lead quit the life while working on the railroad. It began as an F7A passenger unit for the Santa Fe in 1953, then became part of the Converted F7 (CF7) rebuild program at Cl... (more)
This past Saturday was two for one day on Beach Street in Santa Cruz on the Santa Cruz Branch Rail Line. The SCBT&P Beach Train led down Beach Street with the Santa Cruz and Monterey Bay Railway’s... (more)
North Shore #44 eastbound east of Northumberland, PA || August 1988
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We were on the way to MG Tower when we saw the Nittany & Bald Eagle's turn to Tyrone from the highway. We got one shot from the PA-550 overpass, and then got into Tyrone in time for this. CF7 #244... (more)