Norfolk Southern Steam Program visits Knoxville! A trio of MP15DC's have just coupled onto the rear of Southern 630 and three NS coaches (right track). The local yard job will soon sort the consis... (more)
A pair of Union engines back their train down the long ramp into the USS Mill at Braddock. The Union trackage around the steel mill, and across the river in Duquesne, looks like a model railroad g... (more)
A pair of Union RR trains head out across the Mon River Bridge.
The Union's 76ET crew brings empty slab cars through the Class Yard at Duquense with a trio of classy blue and white MP15's for power.
What are you looking at butthead? With Q235 out of the way and a signal given to it from the NS dispatcher, Engine... (more)
One of only four former Frisco MP-15's is on former turf at Lindenwood Yard, once a Frisco property.
Working the paper mill in Duluth is this nice pair of former Frisco switchers.
Purchased by the Frisco in 1975, who would have thought that today this MP15 would have it's red and white paint traded in for orange and black? 36 years later, SLSF 364, now BNSF 3703, works the ... (more)
2 of the 4 FTRL switchers that work the port here are seen resting.FTRL owns all 8 of the former Manufacturers Railway switchers.4 are here, one on a lease in St. Louis and 3 at the former MRS ope... (more)
Good Bye MRS, You will be missed! Today, September 30th, is the last day for the Manufacturers Railway. For almost 120 years this railroad has been shoving cars up to the Anhueser Busch Bre... (more)
Burlington Northern MP15DC #1004 was built March 1975 as Frisco #365 and later became Burlington Northern Santa Fe #3704
115 and slug wait for a crew outside the CRANDIC engine facility.
Some early morning fog lingers in the valley as a trio of MP15's trundle down into the bowels of the ET Works. They will emerge later in the day with a load of slabs bound for the Irvin works furt... (more)
Doing what they have done for years, The Manufacturers Railway serving the AB/In Brewery.Here is the 252 shoving barley up to the malt house.