ex-CSX 5347, nee-C&O 8219
Snow squalls obscure the distant hills as a U30B leads a westbound manifest downgrade through a wetland area near Hinsdale, Massachusetts.
westbound train departing Oroville, CA
train ready to depart Frisco yard in Springfield, MO
A rare catch of C&O U30B bearing original roster number 8225.
An eastbound C&O coal drag had stopped at the crossing at Maidens, VA on March 5, 1982 to allow the passing of a westbound train of empties. The water level James River and Rivanna Subdivisions w... (more)
By the late 1970s, the east end of the C&O seemed to become a magnet for their fleet of GE locomotives. That really wasn't a problem for me, I enjoyed it, but I am sure a few of the folks working... (more)
I have always had a thing about the tunnel portals on C&O's Fort Spring Tunnel in Fort Spring, WV. Constructed in 1946-1947, to me they have a definite "art deco" look. Although not remote by an... (more)
From my collection - David Klawunder photo
A 3 builder lashup of a U-30B, GP-35, and C-628 pause at Hornell long enough for a crew change and a photo. The D&H C-628 was running out it's last miles on the D&H.
Winter does not stop freight trains in their tracks but signals do. In this case the train sat for almost an hour to clear two commuter trains and a southbound out of Medfield Junction.
A rather weathered looking U30-B leads an empty hopper train at Hornell.
A westbound N&W freight rolls out of Decatur towards Taylorville, IL, led by U30B 8521 and a pair of older Geeps.