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!!
On a rare Sunday move Alexander Railroad GE 44 Tonner 3 retrieves some cars from the interchange with Norfolk Southern
Alexander Railroad's remaining 44-tonner makes a rare appearance on a Sunday afternoon doing some switching at the NS interchange in Statesville and a couple local industries.
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 CN’s 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