1953? Or 2013? In any event, how often to you see a genuine EMD F-7(B) unit being repaired any where? This is one of the amazing things you can see in one of the worlds greatest rail preservation ... (more)
A CNJ "B" unit finds itself in a DL&W shop awaiting repairs in Scranton, PA. In actuality, it's Anthracite Railroad Historical Society's former B&M F7(B) undergoing restoration. When finished th... (more)
A B unit just after the BN merger in Great Northern Big Sky Blue paint but with a BN road number.
Incredible find! The more I railfan, the luckier I get. Who'd have thought in 2012, you could stumble upon a CNJ F7(B) unit just sitting in shop yard? Well, actually, a few would ... (more)
It was a common sight to see CSX's F units in Brunswick during the early 90's as they were frequently used on MARC trains. A much more unusual sight was the 117 all by itself, which was almost al... (more)
Ex-ACL of same number.
You didn't normally see a B-unit leading---but they did at times. Notice the swing-away back up light in the door of this Southern F7B as it comes back to the old yard at Appalachia after the yard... (more)
Clinchfield RR F7B #867 resting on Thanksgiving weekend at Spartanburg, SC in 1970
Just a lowly B-unit but a nice fresh looking one in the rare yellow stainless steel sheme. I which I could have caught an A & B together.
A passenger B-unit on a great ATSF train.
Just a lowly B-unit but a nice fresh looking one.
The lettering of "Haysi No. 1" still shows on the rusted side panels of the F7B, stored beside TVRM's shop. The ex-NC&StL, L&N, Clinchfield unit was used for several years on the Haysi Railroad---... (more)
The derail frog is set and the spark arresters are covered in plastic on F7B 410 parked on the west end of the CNW engine facility in Marshalltown, Iowa.
Awaiting shipment to the E&LS this ex Milwaukee Road B-Unit looks like it has seen much better days.