Ex-Erie EMD F3 and F7 units, Scranton, 1961.
Erie and DL&W had merged less than a year prior to this shot. A few locomotives had E-L lettering applied.
Taken with an old Vokar camera on Kod... (more)
Western Pacific #918-D, an EMD F7A, shoves the Niles Canyon Railway's 2014 Post-Winterail Photographer Special through Farmers Crossing at the end of a successful day of photo run-bys.
NS 4271 Leads train 956 South shown here leaving Vardo Yard.
On a day that was dominated by clouds, the NS Santa Train finds a pocket of sunshine at Wabic Junction in Decatur. The old coaling tower still stands in the background.
As the Streamliners event draws to a close, the Potomac Eagle's B&O 722 and C&O 8016 share the scene outside the Bob Julian Roundhouse.
Clinchfield F7A 823 has pulled its last tonnage, and has been rolled out to pasture behind the backshop at Erwin, TN. The engine was acquired from the CRR’s co-owner L&N and rebuilt at SCL’s Waycr... (more)
Soo Line 2228A, 2204C and 746 head to the round house on a chilly January day. they have just brought a train east from Shoreham Yard in Minneapolis, and will get minor servicing if needed while t... (more)
Probably a Roger Bee photograph.
Two AT&SF F units shove a caboose, a box car and 13 tank cars of a weed sprayer train (note nozzles at front corners of ex-baggage car 199203) at Simpson, Colo.
Wisconsin Great Northern's former C&NW F7 and ex-Milwaukee Road SW1 look sharp in fresh snow under blue skies.
Before the influx of SD40s on the Galt Sub, this was typical of the lash-ups one could encounter - first generation, four-axle power. To quote Jackie Gleason at the time, how sweet it is!
Big meets small as a former C&NW F7A rolls past a parade float used by the Wisconsin Great Northern.
Classic F unit on display at the Colorado Railroad Museum
Three RF&P F-7s expedite tonnage southbound out of Potomac Yard, Virginia on Feb. 22, 1964. An icing platform stands at right.