A big U33B smokes up the catenary, northbound on No. 3 Track by Substation No. 17. The 2948 was built by GE for the Penn Central in December, 1968.
Contributing smoke to the early-morning haze, U33B 3301 leads a five-car Reading & Northern train as it approaches the 3500-foot Mahanoy Tunnel through Vulcan Hill. In the foreground are structure... (more)
The Blue Mountain, Reading, and Northern local from Port Clinton to Mount Carmel Junction is approaching Gordon. The last two covered hoppers, bound for Mount Carmel Junction, have been dropped on... (more)
An eastbound freight kicks up the snow outside of Walcott with pool power from the UP in the consist.
A Roger Puta photograph
A southbound Reading & Northern train has departed Minersville, Pa., heading back to Port Clinton.
A pair of dirty R.I. U33B's, led by 7-year old #291, pull a Council Bluffs bound freight across 63rd street in West Des Moines at a slow 10-20 mph as they smoke up the sky. The train is nearing t... (more)
A pair of Reading, Blue Mountain and Northern U33B's get a train of Port Clinton-bound empties rolling at Tuckerton. The road later dropped the Blue Mountain from its name.
Rock Island U33B 286 awaits a trip through the shop at Silvis. Kodachrome slide processed in September 1974.
Rock Island U33B's 298 and 297 sandwich "The Great American Energy Saver" Rock Island slug 284 on an eastbound manifest at 34th Street Moline. Kodachrome slide processed in March 1977.
Conrail motors 2949-1978-2565 power a east bound IHCR-1,on the ex-Erie mainline at Ridgewood Junction, Ridgewood, NJ. 4-12-1978
A westbound RI freight passes under the 7th Street viaduct in downtown Des Moines. Doing the honors, and all decked out in the newer blue and white color scheme, are slug-set 298-284-297. It is ... (more)
Southbound at Venice,FL. the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus train passes the Venice Depot.
Southbound at Venice,FL. the Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus Train headed for winter quarters on the south side of town.
A trio of black U-Boats, including two still in Penn Central paint, head west on the Indiana Harbor Belt with a mixed freight. Tom Golden photo.