Railroad Passenger Car Numbering Bureau, Inc. (RPCX) SW1 738, assigned to Saint Louis' Union Station, sits next to some of the privately owned passenger cars that it had been switching. This engi... (more)
The 2:30 p.m. Corn Maze train has just departed Flemington.
The 1:00 p.m. Corn Maze Train is passing the Everett Road crossing, en route to the pumpkin patch and corn maze.
The 1:00 p.m. Corn Maze Train is arriving in Ringoes. Passengers had detrained at the Corn Maze station, located just to the north at Toads Lane. After running around the train will head back to T... (more)
Having completed its work for the day, RPCX SW1 738 ties down under the trainshed at Saint Louis Union Station on October 2nd, 2014. As Washington Terminal 738 (and later as Amtrak 738), this ven... (more)
The Sanitary District of Chicago owns three SW1s painted in this green paint with yellow font and trim. #1 is seen here basking in the morning light after spending the night outside for a change.
Three of the four locomotives belonging to the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (also know as the Sanitary District of Chicago) are seen staggered on the loading tracks a... (more)
Venerable SW-1 number 33 undergoes work to its draft gear in the Cloquet Terminal's shop. I like the new Radio Flyer wagon used by the machinist to haul tools and parts around.
In 2000, Andersen Windows Corporation of Bayport, Minnesota donated the smaller of its two plant switchers, the 3110, to the Minnesota Transportation Museum. Andersen Windows 3110 is a 600-horsepo... (more)
A grandfather and his grandson look on as the crew gets their train ready to depart Flemington for Ringoes.
A real veteran. How many SW-1s ever operated in Arkansas? Not many. But one is still there and still working as of this date. Called "donkeys" on the Milwaukee, I first became acquai... (more)
A special train for the National Railway Historical Society has begun its slow return back to the depot in Eureka Springs as it crosses an old timber trestle at the north end of a 2.5-mile journey... (more)
Lehigh Valley 112 backs up to its train, to couple up to it, and bring it back to Ringoes, NJ.
This hard working EMD SW1 known as "The Kernel" was built in 1940 and is still working a small yard near Johnstown, Colorado.
With brush and weeds growing around it a Southern SW1
rusts to the rails in Wadley Ga.