Sharply on time at 10:30 a.m. on May 16, 1967, after idling most of the night two Erie-Lackawanna E8s crack open the throttle to move the 7-car Lake Cities Train 6 out of Dearborn Station for the ... (more)
With the painters tape and stencils freshly pulled off, the paint of the Iowa Pacific 515 can finish drying in the WSOR paint booth in Horicon, Wisconsin. This locomotive will join SLRG 518 out i... (more)
After idling most of the night, two Frisco E8s emit blue smoke as they throttle Train 101 Sunnyland out of Kansas City en route Memphis. SLSF named their E8s after famous race horses, and the la... (more)
The PRR E8s are once again in charge of a CRHS Chartered Train. This time the Susquehanna Limited, which operated from Washington D.C. to Harrisburg via the NS Port Road Branch, Rockville Bridge, ... (more)
After setting off some cars on a siding west of Broad street, the trio of E units is backing eastward to couple on to their train. In the distance a C&O manifest is passing Broad street tower.
A passenger train meets a manifest up on the mountain. A guess has this passenger train rolling downgrade into Altoona on the east slope while a manifest tackles the mountain. Thanks Luke Harshba... (more)
A westbound manifest is seen here just east of the Broad street tower.
After dropping off passengers at the DelMonaco Winery east of town, the power prepares to run around the train for the return to Nashville. The E8 is ex-NYC and the F7B's are former B&LE units.
Heritage on top of Heritage.
A forgotten piece of Heritage sits along with a former RF&P E8A....
The Lake Cities (note depot at left).
Three shades of green. Variations of green and yellow dominate the scene as the Erie heritage unit slides past the Illinois Terminal heritage unit and the museum's own Southern E8A during ... (more)
Taken from the Roosevelt Road overpass.
Posed shot with Southern E8, Georgia RR GP7 and 1940 Packard touring sedan.