Port Stanley Terminal Rail passenger train headed by a GE 44 Tonner waits its next assignment at the Pt. Stanley yard
Thick fog greets the first run of the LS&M excursion train for the 2014 season. The remote control sign reflects BNSF switch jobs that also use this former Northern Pacific track.
Salt Lake Garfield & Western DS2, a GE 44-Ton Centercab, sits inside car Barn 3 with Western Pacific #94, an Alco 4-6-0, at the Western Railway Museum in Rio Vista, CA.
After dropping some tractors off at the team track, the Santa Maria Valley Saturday Town Job pulls a string of hoppers that it will putting on a storage track for when needed again. The little 70 ... (more)
With some Deere on the head end, Santa Maria Valley's Town Job heads toward Betteravia with its 70-tonner #80 doing the honors. The flat with tractors will be parked at the team track in Betteravi... (more)
This little critter is the back up power for the Cannonball. Today seen resting east of the depot on the soon to be re opened Sorrento Branch.
Three pieces of the Southeastern Railway Museum's collection rest in the pleasant afternoon sunshine. From left to right, there is NYO&W 44-ton switcher #104, Chattahoochee Valley 2-8-0 #21, and G... (more)
The LS&M's centercab fights high grass at the end of the line as it runs around its train. This is a former NP line (the first railroad route into Duluth).
Visalia Electric GE44Tonner 502 makes rare trips east of the museum on a non electrified section of the old SN main
Charlotte Southern #3 is seen here in its namesake city warming up in preparation for the sold-out 7pm Murder Mystery Dinner Train. Sandwiched between two 6-foot snow banks, the GE 44-tonner and i... (more)
Some very obvious size comparisons here as a diminutive GE centercab muscles a much larger covered hopper while a massive lake ship undergoes repairs during winter lay-up.
Visalia Electric 502 rolls into the museum with a lone tank car
Smoky Mountain's 44-ton GE, appropriately numbered 440, handles pulpwood at Sevierville, Tenn. on July 11, 1957.