Looking more like Maine than Wisconsin, WSOR 2001 emerges from a forest of colorful trees at Slinger, WI in October of 2003.
A former Guilford GP7 rests in the UP yard in Bloomington.
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie passenger GP7 1500 rolls south from McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania. The brakeman on the front platform doesn’t appear to be in a passenger uniform.
.......Adam Farence Photo.
Tennessee Central Railway Museum's restored L&N GP7 #405 out on the display track.
CNW 4386 backs down the connection from the Milwaukee Road/Soo Line to Jones Island in February of 1986. The CNW was detouring on the Milw/Soo a short distance due to a bridge failure on their own... (more)
Looking like a railroad train you can model, CNW 4334 leads a short freight on the wye at Saint Francis in May of 1983. As soon as the semaphore gives a clear signal, the train will continue westw... (more)
DeBruce Grain No. 4153 switches the company’s grain elevators at Fremont, Nebraska, on May 22, 2014. The paint scheme and worn nose logo easily identify the rebuilt EMD GP7 as a former Chicago and... (more)
A light snow is falling as CNW 4287 creeps thru the streets of Sheboygan Falls at a walking pace. This line was ripped up, then reinstalled last year. Unfortunately, this part of the line has yet ... (more)
Erie Lackawanna EMD GP7 1206 (Ex-Erie Railroad unit, with same number).
The return trip point for the Royal Gorge Railroad. Smoking GP7 2238 leads the train out of Bumback Gulch as rafters run the Arkansas River.
CNW 4156 is dwarfed by the Continental Grain facility as it does some switching in November of 1994. The tracks on the left were once part of C&NW's passenger mainline to the depot in Milwaukee.
CNW 4194 crosses the Milwaukee River bridge with a short train in November of 1995. This bridge is no longer used and was once the route of the famed "400" fleet.
From aboard the Canon City and Royal Gorge Railway's noon train, we see some of Southern Colorado's finest scenery and a signal that once guided coal trains up the famous Tennessee Pass. Now, all ... (more)