FRVR 832 (ex-CNW) is northbound across Hwy F near Eden, WI in March of 1992. One of the most unremarked shortlines, I always liked the FRVR, probably because I liked the CNW. This photo doesn't ex... (more)
At CS Cabin along the C&O in the New River Gorge. CS Cabin is located between Claremont and Thurmond, West Virginia. A Roger Puta Photograph
The power consist was WP 3012, 3015, and 3062: two GP35s and an U30B A Roger Puta Photograph
MRL's 841 local drifts downgrade for Bozeman after waiting for MoW to clear up at the bottom of the hill.
MRL's 841 local for Bozeman/Logan from Livingston starts to ascend Bozeman Pass behind a trio of somewhat rare GP35s and a short train.
Missoula local shuffles around the yard. 401 used to be paired up with with 402 for the numerous mainline locals that used to originate here, and so-named "The Sisters". Times have cha... (more)
PRR symbol freight PR-4 for Camden, NJ has 76 cars behind the 2322, 2227, 2247 and 2641 (GP-35, two GP-30s and a U-25B). Tunnel is located east of the twin Spruce Creek Tunnels where, at this poin... (more)
Reflections of UtahUtah Railway's RIT311 local passes the warm spring pond adjacent to UP's North Yard as it heads south heading toward Salt Lake City on August 10, 2012. Lead engi... (more)
#841 is headed out past West Livingston in order to back down the main and access the R-Y Branch. These two empties will be swapped for two loads.
#841 working the R-Y Timber mill before calling it a day.
GLC nos 385 and 397 both push and pull as they transfer cars from the GR&I yard to the AA yard, while the Cadillac Casting Inc. dwarfs both of them!
Great Lakes Central 385 rolls along Lake Cadillac and the adjecent walking path as it heads for Clare. 385 was built for the Ann Arbor Railroad, the very same rails it treads today!
The highlight of local service on MRL can be found in Livingston when the 841 rolls down to R-Y Timber, the branch's sole customer.