Ice-encrusted ex-NYC F7s depart Cedar Hill Yard in New Haven, CT, for the west. The "Low Wire" sign that warned employees of reduced catenary height is now superfluous since PC has remov... (more)
A leased B&LE F7A leads a long line of power at fuel facilities in St. Luc Yard. Once fueled and sanded the hostlers will move the units to the diesel shop, roundhouse or ready tracks. B&LE unit... (more)
Starting as C&NW, a stint on NJT, lettered for Reading, stenciled for one organization and owned by another, this beautiful unit may have an identity crisis.
Relettered to lead the Polar Express, Wabash #1189 goes through Monticello.
Merry Christmas! Wabash 1189 leads the 2017 NS Santa Train west through Decatur.
Boston & Maine F7 leads the North Pole Extra back to North Conway. Gusting winds kick up powder as the train crosses the East Branch of the Saco River.
A westbound Soo Line freight is ready to depart Irvine Yard at Chippewa Falls, WI in February 1972. The vintage F and Geep make a nice pair in the sunny snow. Note the masking tape on the nose doo... (more)
We are just three days from Christmas and the first run of today's Polar Express on Orlando & Northwestern pulls into what is the 2018 origin for runs, now taking place on the Sorrento Branch near... (more)
CNW 411 leads the IRM holiday train past GM&O/Alton position signals on the museum mainline.
CNW 411 heads back towards the boarding area, passing Spaulding Tower.
CNW 411 departs out of IRM with the Happy Holiday Railway train, passing the CNW East Union depot. This depot was originally in the neighboring town of Marengo.
At the now gone SP engine terminal in San Jose. Nothing in this photo still exist and is completely unrecognizable.
The 1140 Polar Express Christmas trains from Mount Dora to Tavares passes Lake Shore Drive.
The train is being worked top and tail by 1912 and 800...
Southbound Soo Line freight passes Milwaukee Road Operator Don Herrings Ford(49/50?)in the Duplainville Tower parking lot many moon ago!
Excursion, led by a pair of FP7s, returning to Duluth from Two Harbors.