A Plymouth Switcher of unknown heritage an a CNW caboose outside the museum in Clinton, Iowa.
Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewage District's brand new Plymouth switcher is working the joint CNW/SOO yard on Jones Island in Milwaukee in July of 1996.
As the morning fog slowly lifts a small Anderson's owned Plymouth is shoving a trio of hoppers back into Sumner street yard past a virtually abandoned ex-commuter car. The pickup is being driven ... (more)
WALLY is what I call this loco. Wally looks pretty tired and run down. What an environment. I hope this is not the future.
This Andersons critter has ventured out into Sumner Street yard on a brisk winter day.
Perhaps the most diminutive passenger train around! M&E's shop switcher shuffles around a privately-owned Pullman.
Used to shuttle cars in and out of the repair bays this old girl awaits her next assignment