Rio Grande SW1200 No. 133 spots eight loads of newsprint at the Newspaper Agency Corporation warehouse at 5th South and 5th West in Salt Lake City. There is little to recognize at this location to... (more)
RJ Corman SW1200 1261 sits with 3 company ballast cars at South Union, KY. The ballast is being used for a siding extension at South Union.
A scene which was once common all over the United States is now nearly extinct-- a true logging railroad. The Simpson Timber Company operated the last true logging railroad in the US, but the rai... (more)
CN 7304 sits at its new work location at Parkdale Steel in Hamilton.
A little known shortline in Washington state, The Columbia Basin's Portland Vancouver Junction railway. Runs from the connection with the BNSF at Rye Junction up to Battleground, Washington on the... (more)
2 of the few Foster Townsend switchers not formerly owned by the Manufacturers Railway rest on former MRS property. Taken with permission to be on property!
Daylight-ish? Saint Louis' Manufacturers Railway Company (owned by the Anheuser-Busch brewing company) was always a colorful railroad, but on October 2, 2011, Foster Townsend Rail Lo... (more)
A pair of heavily modified SW1200s have dropped a train load of logs at the yard in Beaver Cove and have coupled onto a string of skeleton cars for the return trip back into the forests of Vancouv... (more)
With four empties retrieved at Burton Lumber on Main Street, SP's 259 Drag prepares to duck under Interstate 15 on the Sugar House Spur in South Salt Lake on July 21, 1994. The dilapidated Bennett... (more)
Rio Grande SW1200 No. 135 sets out two loaded box cars at the Burton Lumber Yard in South Salt Lake on July 21, 1994. This right of way now hosts Utah Transit Authority's Sugar House Street Car ro... (more)
Unit must have been bad ordered on its way to WC's Shops Yard in N. Fond du Lac. No other reason for it to be here.
Visiting WC shops for a refurbishing.
ex MILW 713