Four RS11’s, still dressed in the Lehigh Valley’s Cornell Red, but tattooed with Conrail monograms, lead a westbound train out of Allentown yard on the former CNJ main line. The Lehigh Valley had ... (more)
A northbound DWP freight gets under way with ample power at the DWP yard on Duluth's west end. A trio of DWP RS-11s are supplemented by a GTW GP9 and two CN SD40s which should be enough to get the... (more)
NDC 7210, a RS11 built in 1956, pulls a cut of loaded hoppers to the NS interchange.
NDC 7210, a RS11 built in 1956, pulls a cut of loaded hoppers out of the Industrial Park in Northampton, PA today as the engineer gives a smoke show while throttling up. Took me a few times to fin... (more)
A number of Delaware-Lackawanna units rest in the yard adjacent to Bridge 60. All four DL RS-3s are present, with a corner of one unit visible behind 2461. Reading 467 (not in view) was also pre... (more)
Former TP&W RS11 #340 was gutted, converted to a plow and stashed away next to the elevator at Beaverville. Not really sure if the thing has ever turned a wheel, but it stands as a reminder of wh... (more)
Quattro Vino train
NP 907, an Alco RS-11, gets a look under the hood by a mechanic at Burlington Northern's X-GN roundhouse in Superior, WI. Former GN passenger GP9 no. 679 looks on, and symmetry is kept by a pair o... (more)
Heading up the line of stored mostly ALCOs is former KBS RS-11. Lokks like it slated to get in line for GVT paint in the near future.
Formerly running in the Empire State, RS-11 1804 now works northeastern Pennsylvania,
Sputtering up some Alco dust as the crew prepares to make a four car pickup.
Simpler than the classic scheme but not bad this was the last real D&H paint scheme.
Here we have three of the four locomotives that are assigned to the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. Pictured are Durbin and Greenbrier Valley GP9s #6512 and #40 along with Alco RS-11 #367.
The Conrail Cement Secondary local proceeds through the railroad location known as Steuben, between Bethlehem and Bath. The Cement Secondary was originally portions of the Lehigh and New England R... (more)