A 3 hour cab ride, switching local industry, was the highlight of the day. Many thanks to the guys from the SSRR :)
Remote control, from the front steps!
The this 44-tonner has been undergoing rehabilitation on the SJRR property and will probably be used for yard switching.
Work beginning on an ex-NYO&W unit!
2nd annual CERM night photo shoot. 2 Musuem Volunteers pose with EX-LIRR 44-tonner. Special thanks to all the museum volunteers and Tom Nanos for making it happen. Canon 300D, 17-85mm IS USM
2nd Annual CERM Night Photo Shoot has museum volunteers Mark G. & Jerry G. posing with the museuem's ex-LIRR 44 tonner #0800 at the Chaplin Station. Canon EOS 20D, Canon 70-200mm f/4L. Lumedyne ... (more)
Not much on comfort in GE's 44 tonner's cab.
GE centercab still sports Bicentennial scheme as applied by Adirondack Scenic thirty years ago.
The new Georgetown Loop engine. The engine is ex Rocky Mountain Steel Mills #21 (narrow guage). The railroad is now operated by CHS/Railstar.
East Penn Scenic #44 waits at the Kutztown station. Within a few minutes the train would be on its way, hauling tourists on a four-mile ride through the Pennsylvania countryside.
Unknown switcher next to Casa del Desierto in Barstow, CA
CERR 44-tonner #0800 (ex-LIRR) and FL-9 #2023 (ex-CDOT, nee-NYNHH) rest at the restored Chalpin, CT Station at the CT Eastern Railroad Museum in Willimantic, Connecticut