Rainey River Forest Products GE 44 tonner and crew are waiting for the Union Pacific West Tacoma local with 3 cars of wood chips for the Chambers Creek Paper Mill in the summer of 1996.
This critter is here courtesy of the NYOW Historical Society.
Mimicking the steeple cab electrics that once ran here, Claremont & Concord GE 44-Tonner 31 slowly makes its way along the former Claremont Railway branch to West Claremont, NH, with a single car ... (more)
Should the crew of Claremont & Concord 31 forget how to get home, they can always refer to the handy road sign. Their GE 44-Tonner is switching former Claremont Railway street trackage, once a tro... (more)
The classic outside frame 2-8-2s charging up the 4% grade may be more glamorous, but there is a lot of behind the scenes work to make that happen. A speeder crew follows each steam train with the ... (more)
"Old & Weary" center cab switcher looks just that, sitting in the shade at Steamtown. The NYOW historical society had the critter shipped from New Jersey for display here. uncertain at this time ... (more)
Long before the Guilford organization used its corporate identity for system-wide operations under management-friendly work rules, the Springfield Terminal Railway was a 5.5-mile long ex-interurba... (more)
Passing the 1869 depot at Gold Hill, the excursion from Virginia City rounds the curve and attacks the mountains once again.
Rural Railroadin' on the A&A
St. Paul Union Depot GE center cab no. 441 shuffles Burlington's Silver Express baggage car on the east leads to St. Paul Union Depot on a sunny April 1970 morning. This was during the brief perio... (more)
Amidst a quiet night in interurban Georgia, a GE 44-ton sits in rough condition outside of the PowerRail shop in Monroe.
C&TS 44-tonner (weight 47 tons apparently) #19 was sent over to C&TS from Oahi Railway & Land Co. in 1972.
Yes, indeed, they use P-train symbols!!