An odd couple of sorts works the second trick yard job at Loyall, KY on a May day in 1980. GP9 number 543 was an ex-Chicago & Eastern Illinois unit, added to the roster in 1969 when the L&N acquir... (more)
Pinsly handles a loaded rail train for RJ Corman to be used on the CFRC around the Sanford area.
An Entertrainment dinner train prepares to depart Union Bridge station in the fall of 1994. The station was built in 1902 by the Western Maryland Railway.
Backing up. A GP9-slug-GP9 trio (CN 7038, CN 221 & CN 7250) is busy backing onto a siding off of the Côte De Liesse spur. This line is usually switched at night, so it was nice to run into ... (more)
GP9 1750 leads the way through a Grafton field on Old Upton Rd.
Rail train for RJ Corman to unload for Sunrail. The "Saint John's River Bridge" designation on CFRC didn't last long, they quickly reverted to the long-standing "Lake Monroe".
Industrial switching. A GP9-slug-GP9 trio (CN 7038, CN 221 & CN 7250) is busy moving cars on a siding off of the Côte De Liesse spur. This line is usually switched at night, so it was nice ... (more)
At this late date just a year before Amtrak, UP’s overnight “Butte Special” from Salt Lake City carried a coach and a unique “American series” sleeping car which had a small kitchen and two booths... (more)
Geeps and switchers outside Northern Pacific’s brick roundhouse at Tacoma, Wash. April 11, 1969.
Maury Klebolt and the Illini RR Club ran a weekend excursion from Chicago to Marquette,MI. and return. We rode the M&HM with three steamers while at Marquette and had a special train on the DSS&A ... (more)
Westbound Iowa Interstate Blue Island to Council Bluffs train
Vintage EMD's.The bark of two naturally aspirated 567's fill the calm mountain air on a sensational May morning. The lead GP9, the MRL 120, was built in 1957 for the Northern Pacific, has p... (more)
Two QNS&L EMD GP9's #132, and #126 with caboose #44 and a Jordan Spreader number 27 as the snow plow, stopped at the Schefferville, Quebec train station MP 357.6 on a cold December 1969 morning.