Pulling up to the switch, Seaview's SW-7 prepares to run around a small cut of racks for NORAD.
Heading to the port with auto racks for NORAD.
The Seaview day job hangs out in the yard, train ready, anticipating a crew to take her away shortly.
No Step! You wouldn't want to get your foot caught in the draw bar cushioning system on a rail car, in this case a refrigerated boxcar.
Conflict of Interest GE and EMD may be the top two competitors in the locomotive manufacturing business, but who said they can't share parts?
New York Central, Conrail, and Providence and Worcester schemes have all been worn by this veteran SW-7. She now works diligently for the Seaview Railroad in North Kingstown, RI.
Not your average lash up in 2012 Although it would be cool. the 3005 was the second of three units on the Americas Cup extra and had some mechanical malfunctions, so the crew kicked it out... (more)
Lehigh Valley Rail Management SW7s bring out a lengthy cut of stacks for westbound train 25V, who will stop to work the river yard in Bethlehem after dark. The looming former Bethlehem Steel compl... (more)
St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad (FRISCO) SW7 #303 in East Thomas Yard. #303 was built January 1951 and later became Burlington Northern #78 and later became Schusters Express (SCHE) #78
An Indiana Harbor Belt caboose hop is seen headed westbound towards the IL/IN state line in a view from Hohman Tower. Tom Golden photo.
Clinchfield SW7 No. 353 was taking a break between shifts at Erwin, TN on May 22, 1976.
From my slide collection, photo by DAVID H HAMLEY.
SCL SW7 132 resting between assignments at Hamlet, NC || October 1973
Seaboard System SW7 #2249 was built March 1950 as Louisville & Nashville #2249