This static display of the A&A's first diesel #110 still with a boxcar and caboose sits proudly in the village. Giving great photo opportunities to anyone who strolls along.
Strasburg's ex-PRR 44-tonner runs around its train with the late J. H. Leath at the throttle and the late N. W. Bowers braking, on a Lancaster Chapter NRHS Picnic Special headed to Groff's Grove. ... (more)
Former CN GE 44-ton #4 parked beside former CN 250 ton wreck crane #50387. The crane, serial number 12325, was built in 1956 by Industrial-Brownhoist and was donated to the museum by CN in 2000.
Former CN GE 44-ton #4 with ex-CN F3 9000. In the shop is privately owned ex-CN FP9 6311, which has been repainted to CNs 1954 green and black paint scheme.
The former Ingersoll-Rand plant switcher awaits its restoration at the Phillipsburg Railroad Historians Museum.
Smoky Mountain #440 rusts away buried in the back on an industrial park in Fletcher, NC on this late summer afternoon. Compare to a photo of this same unit in 1970.
Visalia Electric 502 leaves the shop to go perform some switching as it overtakes SDMTS 1017 at the Western Railway Museum
A little old center-cab switcher waits for work to do at a grain mill in Mansfield, Ohio
The night was claim and cold in the small town of Cowan, TN. Which give us a moment to take an advantage of getting a shot of this almost 66 year old GE 44 Tonner N.C&St.L 100 which is on static d... (more)
Chicago Mill & Lumber #1010 at Tallulah, LA in the summer of 1962.
A Roger Puta photograph
Purchased originally by Western Maryland as WM 75 in 1943 more than 70 years later and wearing a fresh WM dress the 75 is hauling passengers in Michigan on the Southern Michigan Railroad.
The Argos cement plant's GE 44-Tonner sits just outside the facility on a nasty, rainy day.
Durbin WV, the land that time forgot. Once an important interchange point between the Chesapeake and Ohio and the Western Maryland railroads this station now serves as the base of operations for ... (more)