Louisville & Nashville trains 3 and 4, the Chicago-Danville Flyer, were inherited from the Chicago & Eastern Illinois when the L&N and MP split up the C&EI, and on this day the locomotive was ex-C... (more)
Mopac's Eagle looks like it's outbound to Pueblo with lots of head end traffic on KCT trackage. KC Municipal Stadium lights are seen in the distance, home of the A's and where the Beatles played b... (more)
The Milwaukee had a small facility at Council Bluffs with an assortment of power waiting for assignment when John dropped by.
Penn Central train 72, a Buffalo-New York Empire Service run, gets underway for Grand Central out of the original Albany-Rensselaer station behind a pair of E-units. Tired-looking E7 4030 is an ex... (more)
We're about to depart on what appears to be #9 the North Coast Hiawatha but before that I got to get a shot of that venerable old E7 next to us with the Hostler's taking it out to the Milwaukee Sh... (more)
Train 8, The Creole A Roger Puta Photograph
Southbound #1 The Limited crossing the Chicago & Illinois Midland Railway and passing Ridgely tower in Springfield, Illinois. Its October 04, 1959. Photo taken from my slide collection, No photog... (more)
Northbound #4, The Limited, is making its station stop at Springfield station on August 16, 1968.
Built in 1945 units 100-100A/103-103A were originally Alton R.R. locomotives with the same numbers.
Northbound Gulf, Mobile & Ohio's train 4 The Limited led by EMD E7A 100 and E8A 100A, makes a stop at the Granite City station, Illinois. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer list... (more)
Excursion thru Niles Canyon and over Altamont To Sacramento with SP's first passenger Diesel/
639 waits at Blue Island engine terminal.
Passenger E's wait at the Blue Island Engine Terminal
By August of 1977 the three remaining Penn Central E7s in North Jersey Coast Line service were real railfan favorites that everyone was trying to shoot. I, being 15 and using the commuter trains t... (more)
Ugly! 718A heads a line of stored locos at Schellville, CA, in 1998.