Departing Lake Junction
After nearly a two hour drill at Lake Junction, MO-1 has their eight car train together with an SW1500 on the West end and a C424 on the East end. The d... (more)
Riding the Head End
Having completed their work at Kuiken Brothers on the Chester Branch, the MO-1 proceeds Westbound on the High Bridge Branch with two loads for Triumph in Mo... (more)
High Bridge Branch Freight
The latter half of the day for the MO-1 crew was spent delivering two loads to Triumph Plastics in Mount Olive. While Triumph is an active customer, ... (more)
The First Run in Over a Decade
Morristown & Erie SW1500 no. 20 leads an 8 car train on the Chester Beanch in crisp morning light. The uniquely painted SW1500 has spent the last... (more)
DRIR 1083 (SW1500) muscles a cut of gondolas full of scrap iron.
Denver Rock Island Railroad's service area is a small industrial section of central Denver, around the Stock Show grounds.
A beautiful mid-February day sees the Sandersville Railroad moving slowly down Tybee Street after working the Deepstep end of the line. It's business as usual for the train crew and locals alike ... (more)
Resting on the edge of the Savannah Port Terminal Railroad's Intermodal Yard sits this SW1500 lettered for the Golden Isles Terminal Railroad in Brunswick, GA. This appears to be either borrowed p... (more)
A leased Citirail switcher works a cut of Norfolk Southern hoppers through the dumper at SunCoke Energy's Haverhill Coke facility on an unseasonably warm February afternoon. At one time, Haverhil... (more)
The DRIR team has touched up the paint on their SW1500. They take pride in keeping their old switchers in good shape.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad is once again using their SW1500 to work the area around the stockyards in Denver.
Winifrede #13 working near Winifrede, WV in the late spring of 1972.
The planning to return SW1500 20 to regular service out of Morristown. The unit had spent over a decade at the Bayway Refinery. Shown inside the Morristown engine house.
A recently repainted and re-lettered SW1500 sits in the Ratritan Center yard. This former SP engine was on long term lease from LTEX until recently being bought outright by Raritan Central.