A westbound in Brunswick Green and gold pinstripes gets ready to head out of the canyons of downtown along the Panhandle line. PRR Class EP44. An Ansco Color original. Today, an underground LRV li... (more)
N&W's Train 111 "Banner Blue" leaves Chicago's Dearborn Station headed for St. Louis on May 16, 1967. Don't know the heritage of E-8 3812 --- likely Wabash? Chicago & Western Indiana 254 Alco... (more)
Performing one last duty before heading out of town for good, AZER No. 6070 switches in the snowflakes at North Creek N.Y.
The afternoon passing of the California Zephyr through the Chicago suburbs always held a special allure for me while I was growing up. Here she blasts through Riverside, Illinois on CB&Q's famed "... (more)
When the Wabash became part of the N&W in 1964, it was only logical that the home road send this notable unit--the 10,000th constructed by EMD--to the transportation museum in its headquarters cit... (more)
After Blizzard Storm NEMO, NYGL E8-A 833 sits in Port Jervis, NY in its Erie paint on the Ex. Erie turntable next to the Ex. Erie Main Line now owned my the Metro North Railroad.
CNW commuter job with 5025A at Waukegan, photo was either bought or traded for years ago and has been in my collection. No photographer listed on slide.
Erie 833 sits under the stars on the turntable in Port Jervis. This unit has seen its fair share of action. Starting with it's career on the Erie followed by the Erie Lackawanna and finally a stin... (more)
Erie Lackawanna Train no. 1, the westbound Phoebe Snow, is ready to depart Hoboken for Scranton, Binghamton, Elmira, Jamestown, Youngstown and points west for Chicago.
Another of the Blue Ribbon Fleet is ready to roll at Harrisburg but note that the engineer is looking at me, a teenaged picture-taker, standing out on the platform. PRR class EP22
Amtrak's Empire Builder eastbound at the west end of Portage Yard on the eastward track coming in for the station stop. Note the semaphore signal for the westbound main as this was the signal syst... (more)
Lexington Group special prepares for departure from Scranton, PA
Although this E8 looks great in FEC paint, it never actually worked for the railroad. Built in 1952 for the PRR.