NC&StL 710 pulled the Missionary Ridge Local trips at the Tennessee Valley RR Museum in Chattanooga this weekend. Here the train is crossing Chickamauga Creek.
A Cincinnati Dinner Train Brunch Special cruises along the former Conrail/PC/PRR Oasis Secondary, approaching St. Andrews Street with 1950-built former C&O GP7 55 on the point. For more informatio... (more)
US Sugar Corp GP7 754 leading a train near Canal Point, FL in Feb. 1989
The Missionary Ridge local arrive just before noon at the TVRM Grand Junction.
And now, a different view and consist with a locomotive I have shot and ridden behind more times than I can count: CNRY GP7 55, formerly I&O 55 and C&O 5704. As some know, I work for the Cincinnat... (more)
The Cincinnati Railway's former C&O GP7 #55, lettered for the CNRY's LM&M Railroad operation in Lebanon, Ohio, basks in the sun while resting atop the former PRR bridge over Madison Road as it awa... (more)
Monday local moving the stock & flat cars for Ringling to join the passenger cars.
After setting out a tank car at the interchange track, RJ Corman GP16 1713 heads back to that road's yard in Allentown, Pennsylvania, yard with a single coiled steel car. Built as Clinchfield GP7... (more)
I saw this engine for the first time back in 1974 on a work train. It had then a quick PC paint job with a small PC logo where the big one is in the picture and on each end under the headlight. It... (more)
After picking up autoracks at CAMI automotive in Ingersoll, On, OSR's pair of vintage GP7's, build in 1951 and 52, head to Woodstock for their switching duties.
Springfield Terminal EMD GP7 19 former MEC 580 with GP9 58 in Guilford yard, Waterville, Maine August 17, 1988
OSR 378 and 383 head back into Woodstock after dropping there train of autoracks to pick up a few more autoracks they left sitting in a siding near the old CP Woodstock station.
One of Georgia's more obscure shortlines is the Georgia Woodlands Railroad, an OmniTrax shortline. While wood products used to be the line's mainstay, a plastics producer in Washington is the lin... (more)
The intricate Louisville and Nashville logo and paint scheme is seen on the nose of EMD GP7 No. 405 at the Tennessee Central Railway Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, on a rainy May 9, 2014.