I made my first trip to New England in 1985 right after the Guilford merger but before too many units were repainted. One thing I didn't expect to find was a Central Vermont unit switching in Port... (more)
NF&D RS-11 #203 doing some local switching at Lawrenceville, VA in the summer of '70.
When I took this shot, the Maine Coast ran this train from Wiscasset, Maine to Bath, Maine. Now the run goes from Brunswick, Maine to Rockland, Maine and is an all day excursion. Next year it wil... (more)
Fading has betrayed the former owner of the is unit but not the original, Nickel Plate. Nothing is left of this operation in Danville.
Coming and Going in Mo'Town... M&E RS11 7205 awaits its turn in the Morristown shop while business car Ohio River will soon depart for the Steamtown Railfest.
Photo taken with permission.
A pair of Peg RS-11s roll a transfer through West Duluth in February of 1983. In less than a month all five remaining Alcos on the DW&P would be shipped off to join their sisters on the CV, repla... (more)
The local arrives at Lima to work at Swift and at Pinco Insulator.
N&W and Southern EMD and Alco power lays over at Bristol. The boiler with the ridiculously tall stack came from a retired N&W 2-8-0. It provided yard steam for passenger cars at Bristol.
Eastbound N&W train behind RS-11 #378 ready to leave Park Street in Roanoke, Dec. 1972.
4 ex LV RS-11s depart Sayre with a train for Allentown.
A DW&P RS-11 mingles with the standard road power of that time period, a CN SD40.
New shortline Ontario Midland's freshly painted #40 is at the Sodus yard.
D&H employees exchange greetings as 5009 pulls a cut of cars down past the yard office.
The D&H guys were always friendly. Engineer Walt Forsyth and brakeman E.A. Santanna, with an Oneonta Yard switcher, pose for a photo on a hot, hazy, summer day in Upstate New York. Mr. Santanna st... (more)