CP FM's wait at the Nelson Engine House
Ogden Shops in 2009 was a real museum of sorts, with numerous locomotives from many points in the CP Rail story on hand. While not as glamourous as those stored by the steam shop, this certainly ... (more)
Milwaukee 409, an FM H-16-44, is sitting behind the roundhouse at Bensenville in September 1972, two months before it was officially retired. Unofficially it would appear it is being used to suppl... (more)
MILW FM H-16-44 434 looks to be in good shape at Savanna, IL in January 1976, but most likely never turned another wheel in revenue service as it was retired in February 1976. Milwaukee was a larg... (more)
A pair of MILW FM's led a westbound transfer headed to Santa Fe's Argentine yard near the old KCT roundhouse.
A set of FM power is switching out cars for the branch line to Marinette, Wisconsin on a pleasant July afternoon.
Baltimore & Ohio no. 6708 at Camden Station in Baltimore, Maryland, on August 15, 1964. The H-16-44 class road switcher was built in 1957 by the Fairbanks-Morse Company. During 1989 construction b... (more)
Never mind that Santa Fe’s southward local out of Topeka has three Fairbanks-Morse diesels on it, dig the price of gasoline at far right — 28.9 cents a gallon on March 27, 1965! Two H16-44s have ... (more)
No more room at the inn — Santa Fe’s Argentine Diesel Shop at Kansas City when there was a 1-day, 24-hour strike on that now infamous date — 9-11, the year 1965.
The last seconds of sun on a September evening in 1968 fall on Santa Fe local #161, Kansas City to Emporia, via Topeka. On the head end are H16-44s 3013-3005-3019 and GP7 2804. At the time, these ... (more)
Storage line at Ogden Shops. One of many storage lines...
2 CLC H-16-44's power the Speno Grinding train as it sits in the clear in front of Golden station.
On Pennsy's 4-track mainline a local with a Fairbanks-Morse H-16-44 is westbound from Pittsburgh along the Ohio River at Avalon, Pa. April, 1961.
Two former Virginian Fairbanks Morse units now wear blue as they switch hopper cars at the vast N&W yard.