Conrail in Cornell Red – Almost eight months after the northeastern railroad scene has undergone its most dramatic transformation, many of the local activities continue on as usual. Here Lehigh Va... (more)
Built originally for the Duluth Winnipeg & Pacific Railway, Wimpey Minerals USA employed this Alco RS-11 for several years during the early 1990s to handle switching at the limestone quarry in Ann... (more)
Westbound local departing Fostoria
One of Apache's fleet of ALCO's freshly painted in BiCentennial RWB colors was inside Apache's shop building at the paper mill west of Snowflake.
NW RS11 no. 2570 is stored at Brewster, OH in 1981. These were tough times in the rust belt, Conrail was five years old, and traffic was down. This is former Nickelplate 570 and would become a cas... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph
Reunited – These two RS11’s began life as PRR 8652 and 8644, respectively. In 1964, The Pennsy leased the 8644 and seven other mates to the PRR-controlled Lehigh Valley. Two were returned, and the... (more)
YDHR RS-11 3612 departs from Uxbridge Station with the morning Fall Colours trip to Stouffville. 3612 was delivered to the Duluth Winnipeg and Pacific in 1956 and saw service with the Central Verm... (more)
Here sits Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Alco #367 pared with Shenandoah Valley Railroad Baldwin RS4TC #8701 in the SVRR yard in Staunton, Virginia.
Set of power BN facility Portland
The International Friendship Special readies for departure from Duluth Union Station. We'll be on the DWP to Fort Francis,ONT. and return on the DMIR coming back into Duluth down Proctor Hill.
Rusted couplers of two retired Erie Mining Company RS-11s are tightly interlocked as the two locomotives stare at each other face-to-face awaiting their dis... (more)
A couple of cabooses keep company with Napa Valley Railroad Alco RS-11 No. 62 at the railroad’s Napa, California, yard and facility. A worker is working on repairing the roof of a former Rio Grand... (more)
Lake State Bay City job works the south end of Bay City yard. W.T. Clynes photo, Robert Jordan collection.