Black River & Western 400 will be departing soon for Ringoes with the Candy Cane Limited.
White Pine Copper Refinery's SW1 does some light switching in the small yard. The future was uncertain at this point and the plant shut down a year later.
White Pine Copper Refinery's SW1 goes about its switching on a fine summer morning. The end was near for this small operation as the plant closure was in late 2010.
A former Washington Terminal SW1 sits at Union Station in St. Louis.
GARDEN CITY KS Sept 16 1980 -- Garden Ciity Western Ry. SW1 202 is missing its traction trucks and up on blocks.
Faded, and with yellow safety paint added to the handrails and journal box covers, this Reading SW1 looks otherwise the same as when it rolled out of LaGrange in 1941. It survived as one of the ol... (more)
This former Milwaukee Road SW1 moves a cut of empty tank cars stored on the shortline Wisconsin Great Northern.
I christen thee.....A bottle of champagne breaks on the coupler of WC #1 as it is dedicated to the late Francis J. Wiener in November of 1990. Fran was an avid fan of the Soo Line and later the WC... (more)
An EMD SW1 has removed the HEP (head-end power) car from the Broadway Limited and is preparing to position it for the next morning's eastbound run, to be pulled by GG-1 No. 4913, at the left of th... (more)
Conductor Kevin takes the Newly Refurbished Portland Traction 100 back to the train
OPR makes it's grand debut at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center after pulling SP 4449 and consist back from Oaks Park.
Fresh out of EMD...sort of. OPR has restored number 100 to it's Portland Traction heyday of electrified locals around SE Portland. I really appreciate the everyone involved in this, thank you OPR!
Riverland Ag's former Cargill SW1 No. 1278 is dwarfed by gain silos as it positions hoppers for unloading. This switcher typically doesn't make an appearance in the evening but a foreign vessel wa... (more)
A pair of vintage SW1s lead the eastbound Chicago Sanitation District train through Lyons.
The morning empties are shoved into the plant, powered by a pair of the Sanitation District of Chicago's SW1's.