The 20 cars and caboose trailing SW1’s 62/63 up Walker Hill on Great Western Railway’s Longmont line would not seem too great a burden for the combined 1,200 hp. But the short southbound grade out... (more)
A cloud of grain dust rises from the hold of the foreign vessel Fivelborg as it is being loaded. Three SW-1s rest waiting for the next shuttle train to arrive for unloading.
CSDX 3, a 63-year old SW1 owned by the Metropolitan Water Reclamation of Greater Chicago, heads east under Harlem Avenue. This railroad is the only one in America that carries human waste. After d... (more)
This PRR SW-1 is undergoing restoration by Pennsy Railcar Restoration which also owns the unit. The work is being done at the BR&W shop in Ringoes, NJ.
CSDX SW1 #3, built in July 1952, has been polishing the rails for nearly 64 years at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago. This was shot off the Harlem Ave overpass in Ly... (more)
Baltimore & Ohio No. 8408 shows off its new paint job during a night photo session as part of the Wilmington & Western's 50th anniversary celebration.
The Metra SW-1 has pulled the Electric Line cars from the station and will shove them along the Rock Island Service Line.
Allentown & Auburn Railroad's 2 pm excursion train is seen pulling into Kutztown station from Topton, Pennsylvania, with ALLN's Reading Railroad-inspired scheme SW-1 #206, three cabooses and an ex... (more)
The annual sugar beet campaign is underway in northern Colorado as Great Western Railway SW-1’s 62 and 63 with caboose 1010 set out in late afternoon, October 26, 1968, from Johnstown for Loveland... (more)
The W&W's newly restored B&O switcher leads an excursion past the Wooddale Covered Bridge. This bridge was rebuilt by local citizens in 2008 after the original was lost to a flood.
Debut of the B&O 8408 passing the former paper mill in Yorklyn, DE.
Debut of the B&O 8408 crossing the Red Clay Creek near Yorklyn, DE.
After bringing in a couple empty scrap gons, Steel Dynamic's SW1 uncouples and pulls away from the cars as the excavator to the left gets fired up, preparing to load the gons.
Just a few minutes before the taking of this photo, I was looking out upon the yards and beautiful mountains of Roanoke from a nice Vantage point for viewing both, and I couldn't help but notice t... (more)