Santa Fe F7A 347C and F7B unit in Old Sacramento, at the California State Railroad Museum. July 13, 1990.
CRRX 402 and SD9 CRRX 5305 snake the Royal Gorge tourist train west along the Arkansas River below the high suspension bridge.
Boston & Maine F7A 4228, F7B 4267B, GP9 1742 and GP9 1744. Photo from my collection, no photographer information on slide.
A much improved version of a photo taken at Watertown,WI. while we were stopped taking water on one of the rear units. By this time most of these old covered wagons were water dogs so you had to g... (more)
PRR E-44's and B&O F-units await assignments at RF&P's "Pot Yard". This was the major freight yard in the Washington D.C. area.
I purchased this 1950s era photo in the early to mid 1970s at a Chicago area train show / swap meet event. The seller was not the photographer. Photographer unknown.
Conway Scenic F7 4266, dressed in Boston and Maine colors, rounds the bend at the middle school in Conway, NH. 4266 is handling the first Valley Train of Railfan's Weekend and will shortly arrive ... (more)
SOO 234 with the 2228B/2227B approach the Grand Avenue Interlocking where the Lacrosse Division/Superior Division/Northern Division and Milwaukee Terminal trains all pass coming into and out of Mi... (more)
MILW F7A no. 49-C and a B unit get a bit of attention as an employee readies them for their next assignment out of La Crosse. Note the blue MILW company ice reefer.
EMD’s F-units were the first-generation workhorses of mainline railroading. Few paint schemes express the everyday get-the-job-done nature of the bulldog-nosed unit... (more)
Having cleared Amtrak on a siding, a Burlington Northern freight behind an A-B-A set of F-units led by ex-NP F7 720 ventures out onto the mainline and departs Auburn, WA, on a typically misty day.
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.